David Hockney might be the most renowned exponent, but photo collage has been explored by many other artists.
Thomas Kellner creates his collages by shooting a roll of 35mm film, cropping in to each part of a scene from one frame to the next. The entire roll is then laid out as a contact sheet (like the image below).
Renowned portrait photographer Rankin asked his celebrity portrait sitters to chop up and rearrange them to create eclectic self-portraits in his series ‘Destroy’.
Taking joiners into a huge scale, the Japanese artist Sohei Nishino creates hugely detailed cityscapes made up of thousands of photos taken over several months.