How to Digital Collage: Part #1 – Finding source images -*FREE COLLAGE IMAGES DOWNLOAD* – UPDATED 2-6-2022

How to Digital Collage:

Part #1 – Finding source images.

Want 100s of FREE COLLAGE SOURCE IMAGES?

(UPDATED 2-6-2022) 

Just enter your email address and a download link will be instantly sent to you with a NEW updated collage pack featuring 100 pages of collage source images!

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Today I am giving out a new and updated pack of free collage source images, over 100s of collage source images taken directly from their original publications, magazines, books, posters, etc. and scanned at high resolution for digital or print use.
These are all pages with images I’ve cut out and scanned myself. And even some that I have used in collages. Like these below!


Collage source image examples

I am also excited to share that I have just released my Patreon account for everything collage art related.

Sign up to support here:Become a Patron!


Tips, exclusive videos, 1 on 1 video collage sessions/tutorials and monthly downloads of source images right from the books I use.

AND for the first 20 people who sign up for the Patreon…

I’m including an exclusive downloadable pack of my original source image scans, such as textures, found objects, photographs etc. Plus a 1 on 1 video call to help with any collage questions. That’s 45 additional images just for signing up quick.



Digital Collage Tutorials

People have been asking me where to find good images to use in collages and digital collages.

I made this video below about where I get some of my collage material so definitely check that out too.




To download these free collage source images just enter your email address below and a download will be instantly sent to you.

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Here are some more tips on where to find collage source images and material:


– Check local thrift stores, goodwills, donation stores or consignment shops for magazines and books.

– Summertime yard/rummage sales usually have collections of vintage magazines or posters.

– Ask friends and family for their old unwanted books, newspapers, or magazines. Offer to clean out their garage or shed and keep any materials you find.

– Other artists, art stores, galleries, etc may have left over material they aren’t using. Ask around, and share your art too.

– Search for and keep free pamphlets, brochures, hand-outs from businesses, stores, or organziations. Never know where your next perfect collage image may come from.

– All else fails….Google search.



Want some more tips for digital collage art? check out my youtube channel here: Social Living YouTube Channel

* I do not own the rights to most of the images in the free downloadable pack. I am just linking to a download of the scans. If any owner wants their images removed please contact me.