‘The ubiquitous visual language of the internet’

The Treachery of Scrimmages

by Jason Matthew Lee

That image is brilliant! He has captured exactly what life looks like. To me. Brilliant title as well. And the method, collage — not always done so well or with so much depth — makes it brillianter.

Jason Matthew Lee, a student living in New York City, makes digital collages from images sourced on-line.

The Treachery of Scrimmages
is a bizarre narrative exploring the intersection of historical art imagery and the ubiquitous visual language of the internet.

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