365 Collages | Week 15 | Made in China

These collages are not “Made in China” of course, they are made by me here in Sweden. But they’re inspired by Chinese writings and graffiti on the wall. I hope you enjoy!

Isolation is aloneness that feels forced upon you, like a punishment. Solitude is aloneness you choose and embrace. I think great things can come out of solitude, out of going to a place where all is quiet except the beating of your heart. Jeanne Marie Laskas

The Great Wall - Collage no 99 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
The Great Wall – Collage no 99 by iHanna.

I was inspired by my pile of already painted papers, and an old magazine from Taiwan for these collages. They came together effortlessly, and the hardest part was maybe naming them? Although week 14 collages, with the colorful flowers, were even harder to name because they were all so similar. These got names from the overall theme that emerged.

Finally in a state of creative flow, these are some of my favorites so far this year, and I hope you like them too.

Here’s the rest of the artworks for week 15, Made in China:

Graffiti Wall - Collage no 100
Graffiti Wall – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

Made in China - Collage no 101 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
Made in China – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

The Color of China - Collage no 102 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
The Color of China – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

Then Unseen Street Art of Taipei - Collage no 103 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
Then Unseen Street Art of Taipei – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

Behind the Private School - Collage no 104 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
Behind the Private School – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

Chinese Wall Flowers - Collage no 105 by iHanna a.k.a. Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018
Chinese Wall Flowers – collage by iHanna, Sweden.

That’s my seven new collages, nr 99 to 105 of 365. Today is day 159 of this year, which must mean I’m still trying to catch up… But just reaching 100 collages (what a great milestone) in a year feels really good, that is way more than I created last year or the year before that, which is clear evidence that projects like this work the way they’re supposed to work. They increase your creativity, and make you more productive. Yay!

If you like my collages, please feel free to pin this image to your Pinterest board:

iHanna's 365 Collages in 2018 Week 15 by Hanna Andersson, Swedish artist #365somethings2018 #collage #art

Thanks for being here, and reading my blog and leaving me a comment below. I appreciate that a lot. :-)

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Bonus: Feel free to leave me a comment on a previous week 15 of collages, from back when I did a 365 project in 2013, in case you don’t remember it or didn’t read my blog back then.


Previously: Week 14 | Next up: week 16

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3 Responses to 365 Collages | Week 15 | Made in China

  1. Arielle says:

    Congratulations on making 100 collages this year!! Wow, thatís an awesome milestone!! Way to go, Hanna!!
    This week my favorite is Graffiti Wall. Iím not sure why, but thatís the one that is speaking to me most at the moment. Thanks for sharing your collage photos with us and bringing us along on your artsy adventures!

  2. Alice says:

    You’re very productive Hanna. I like your ‘China’ theme for this series of collages.
    The name giving is a creative practice in itself!
    Thank you for continuously sharing and inspiring us…

  3. Dawn says:

    I love your colorful collages :)

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