Cut and Paste | Life in Collage

To celebrate Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage, and inspired by Craig W. Lowe's sticker covered door, we've asked for your examples of collages in everyday life.  

Pin boards, fridge doors, stickered laptops, decorated guitar cases, leaflet covered walls...

We want to see yours. 

Send us your version of a collage like this using #NGSCutPaste (letting us know in the caption that we can share it) or by direct message on any social media platform. Your photo could end up on our social channels or featured in our gallery below. 

Scroll down to see our collection so far and explore how other people have their own versions of Lowe's sticker covered door.

Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage is open now at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. More information can be found here.

National Galleries of Scotland staff member Beth's version of the sticker door.
A small part of the two year collection by Catriona in the post room at the Scottish National Gallery.
Amazing magnetic board of inspiration and memories from National Galleries of Scotland staff member Julia.
A different style of sticker covered door from National Galleries of Scotland staff member Will.
All the exhibition invites National Galleries of Scotland staff member Jo has received since she started in 2016 (arranged by Claire).
Decorated fridge from National Galleries of Scotland staff member Leanne.
The excellent magnet collection on National Galleries of Scotland staff member Alan's fridge door.
The netbook Sheila used to take to National Novel Writing Month write-ins at various coffee shops and places around town.
Jaine's exciting fridge door.
Also from Jaine, her lovely bedroom wall.
Jaz's mix of different cards and postcards that she has attached to a canvas and hung on her studio wall.
The sign Lee spotted in Holyrood Park.
National Galleries of Scotland staff member Wendy's office wall, including a collection of invitations and posters from different exhibitions all over.
More from Julia, who finds bookcases the perfect place to create what is essentially a 3D collage of items that are dear to her.
By Katie Smith, 30 July 2019