Human Wreckage: intriguing anonymity and mesmerizing collages

There is nothing more intriguing than an artist with a concealed identity. Just think about Banksy: nowadays almost everyone has heard about him, but no one knows WHO Banksy really IS. Every creation is a new challenge for the public: just a tiny detail could reveal the real person behind his controversial works.
If we consider the final result of every creative process, we can assume that it is the highest degree in which the feelings and the thoughts of the artist have been manipulated. The artist has truly exhibited him/herself through his/her creation. It is at this point that we step on the alluring paradox about being an anonymous artist: you show the world your deep self not revealing yourself.

There is someone else who has decided to ride the wave of anonymity like Banksy. His name is Human Wreckage, an American artist graduated at Parsons School of Design with a major in Illustration.

Human Wreckage
His fabulous collages are more than simple juxtaposition of geometrical shapes with a vintage touch. They are timeless creations in which present, past and future are fuse together in dystopian dimensions that mesmerize the viewers.