There has been a rapidly growing variety of subterranean art galleries and internet collage artwork during the last five to ten years. The emergence of blogging networks, like Blogspot, WordPress, and such others, have had a huge contribution for this fact, and have made it more easy to create even the most basic appearing website with all the ability to add regular entries as well as the capability to integrate pictures. One can also not ignore the growth of social media sites such as the omnipresent Facebook, and the popular, but more customizable MySpace.
The advantages for the unknown artist, and particularly the at times maligned collage artist and often ignored, are apparent, you don’t have to know much in the manner of web languages let people see your work and to have an online gallery up and running. It is this fact which is the aspect that is radical.
It is especially important to the underground and collage artist, who are often shut out of galleries because of their work being unsafe, or not matching criteria, or there being only too many other artists. Well we have widened our reach, and have now created exhibition space for ourselves, can, and we are now truly separate of the gallery system through merchandise makers or PayPal and the likes of eBay for example CafePress and Zazzle, we may also sell our work.