Joe Webb is an artist who takes a low-fi approach - opting to work without the aid of computers.
After several years working as a graphic designer he took to making hand made collages, carefully reinventing imagery to convey his ideas. Ironically, Webb’s artwork has become popular on the internet, with tens of thousands of people sharing his images.
Earlier this year Webb had his original artwork displayed at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery, London.
Webb has now produced limited edition prints based on his original collages, which incorporate exciting multi-media printing techniques such as Diamond Dusting and Silver Leaf.
"I started making these simple hand made collages as a sort of luddite reaction to working on computers for many years. I like the limitations of collage...using found imagery and a pair of scissors, there are no Photoshop options to resize, adjust colours or undo.
My collages work to a basic rule of sourcing just two or three images... I then present them as a reinvented single image to communicate a new message or idea.
I suppose I'm fairly anti technology although I now promote my art on websites, own an iPhone and use Facebook... I wish I had been born 100 years ago".