An inspiring showcase some of the best-known contemporary graphic designers using collage. Collage Meets Design presents a selection of contemporary graphic design studios, collage artists and artists from other disciplines in whose work design and collage intersect in the most diverse and witty ways. The artists included love the act of cutting with scissors or Photoshop, on paper or on screen and to combine them with the stylistic means used in graphic design. The book features projects in which different languages and techniques mix, dialogue with each other, complement each other, sometimes dilute each other and question their respective limits. Through this showcase of design projects and art pieces and through conversations with their authors, we learn about their unique approaches to the creative process, reflect on ways of understanding their work and investigate the special relationship that design and collage have today. Artists included: AUSTRALIA: Lexicon Love (Sydney). FRANCE: Brest Brest Brest (Crest - Paris), MRZYK & Moriceau (Montjean-sur-Loire), Studio Furious (Paris). GERMANY: Jorge Chamorro (Berlin), Fons Hickmann (Berlin), Tibor Horváth (Berlin), Damien Tran (Berlin). GREECE: Jono Boyle (Athens). SPAIN: Susana Blasco (Bilbao), Pep Carrió (Madrid), Isidro Ferrer (Huesca), Javier Jaén (Barcelona), SpY (Madrid), Yinsen (Vila-real). SWEDEN: EKTA (Gotenburg). SWITZERLAND: Beni Bischof (St.Gallen), Studio Feixen (Lucerne), Tashi Brauen (Zürich). THE NETHERLANDS: Guda Koster (Amsterdam), The Rodina (Amsterdam). UK: Dr. Me (Manchester), Julie Cockburn (Suffolk), Anthony Gerace (London), Vanessa Mckeown (London). USA: Olaf Breuning (Upstate New York, NY), John Gall (New Jersey), Brion Nuda Rosch (San Francisco, CA), Stefan Sagmeister (New York, NY), Cecil Touchon (Santa Fe , NM), Mark Wagner (Lancaster , PA), Anthony Zinonos (Fullerton , CA). AUTHOR: Jorge Chamorro (Madrid, Spain, 1972) is an independent graphic designer, collage artist and teacher. He earned a bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) in 1995 and has worked as art director for ten years in studios and agencies, developing projects for companies like Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Ikea and Toyota. Since 2005, he has worked independently on projects for Café Royal Paris, the famous dancer Yomiko Yoshioka, Greenpeace, Random House and others. He discovered collage in 2006, which has since become for him an irreplaceable art form. He has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, in Spain, Germany, Belgium and France, and his work has appeared in innumerable art and design magazines and books in Europe and America. Jorge Chamorro conducts regularly workshops and conferences in such diverse places as the Bauhaus University in 2015 and 2016 (Weimar, Germany) and the autodidactic learning website "The Workshop on Forster". Since 2010 he has taught graphic design and collage. He lives and works in Berlin and Madrid.