Like Hieronymus Bosch for the digital age, Croatia-based Sanda Anderlon’s monumental collages are fantastically detailed and intricate. Created on her computer by painstakingly editing thousands of images she’s found online, Sanda Anderlon has a knack for capturing the smaller moments on a large scale.
On a beach, at a party or simply hanging out in a cool chick’s bedroom, the detail Sanda has woven into her works is incredible. Little vignettes and stories appear each time you gaze at her collages, whether that’s a couple smooching under a palm tree, a woman playing bongos in the living room, or a baby carrying a surfboard. Fun, rambunctious and executed perfectly, I could spend hours poring over Sanda’s imagined worlds.
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