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Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
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archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]
archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]
archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]
archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]
archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]
archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.
[via Design Taxi]

archiemcphee:

Amy Watkins turns her beloved old comic books into works of art that she calls PowerUpCollage. Based in Orlando, Florida, Amy up-cycles old comics by transforming them into awesomely eye-catching, onomatopoeic collages like the ones you see here.

“I love my comics too much to keep them in dusty long boxes in the closet. After I’ve read the stories and pored over the pictures, I want to enjoy my comics again, as a medium for new art. I sell original, handmade pieces—no prints here—constructed out of the amazing art of old comic books.”

These originals pieces are available for purchase via Amy’s Etsy shop.

[via Design Taxi]