That Vacuum Belongs in That Dinosaur’s Hand


Danielle Cole
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Danielle Cole describes her process as, “Sorting through hundreds of images until the magical moment when you get to say: that vacuum belongs in that dinosaur’s hand.” Self-deprecating humour aside, the strength of her collage is a result of her ability to pair and match elements.

A portfolio of Cole’s work appears in Kolaj #16. To see this portfolio and the others from this issue, SUBSCRIBE to Kolaj Magazine or Get a Copy of the Issue.


Cole writes, “My art often explores the absurdity of domestic roles and the need for material goods.” See more of her work in the Kolaj Magazine Artist Directory.

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Image (top):
Bruce Is Frustrated by Vivian’s Indifference to Housework (from the “Girls and Dinosaurs” series)
10″x8″; handmade collage; 2014

Image (bottom):
Lineal Monologues (from “The Birds” series)