Over 30 Collages!
Quaranzine is a 72 page zine showcasing the Instant Film artwork that the Film Collage Artist, Erin Delsigne, has created during the Covid-19 quarantine in 2020.
2020 has changed the way people all over the world live their daily lives. It has forced people to look at the world from a new perspective.
Film Collage Artist creates instant film collages using Polaroid and Fuji Instax film, capturing her unique view of the world and bringing a fresh approach to the artistic challenges of life in quarantine.
The Quaranzine features psychedelic landscapes, surreal portraitures, hand-painted polaroid collages, a Polaroid fashion editorial, and more.
Featuring Film Collage Artist's
largest Polaroid collages to-date!
Be the first to see the release of Film Collage Artist's: Painted Polaroid Series!
Introducing unreleased individual Polaroid series celebrating the female nipple!
Featuring the first, ever, Polaroid collage fashion editorial!
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Only 100 printed copies of Quaranzine will be sold.
Quaranzine is also available for Ebook download!
What Viewers Say
Buzz has been building online for the release of Quaranzine!
"I started following @filmcollageartist in March 2020 to participate in her photo challenge to find inspiration creating during Covid. I am looking forward to having a limited-edition view to all of the art she's created in her Quaranzine!"
"One of my favorite instant film artists anywhere! Excited to get my hands on a copy of the Quaranzine."
"Can't wait to have Quarazine in my collection! I've been waiting for Film Collage Artist to drop a book or zine for two years. It's here! I will be 1 of 100 owners of Quaranzine."
About The Artist
Film Collage Artist, Erin Delsigne, is most well-known for her instant film collages using Polaroid and Fuji Instax film to create psychedelic landscapes and surreal portraiture.
In 2018, Film Collage Artist was born when, Los Angeles based artist Erin Delsigne, started creating her first instant film collages to bridge the gap of understanding her controversial battle with Lyme Disease.
Her work is captured on a custom converted Mamiya Universal Press with a Rezivot back; allowing Erin to photograph with i-Type, Sx-70 and 600 Polaroid films.
In only two short years, Film Collage Artist was accepted into a prestigious artist-in-residence at Château d’Orquevaux in France, won The Denis Diderot [A-i-R] Grant, featured in Analog Magazine Forever’s article ‘Top 20 Spring Polaroid Week 2020’, featured in 10 group exhibitions and published in various magazines.
A Note From The Artist
"2020... The year to expand, grow and push new boundaries. Our limitations are teaching us the power of living outside of our comfort zone.
A year so painfully raw and uncomfortable, it may just force the hand of change. Let's welcome it with open minds."