Sammy Slabbinck (°1977) is a Belgian artist, whose signature work includes dynamic prints and original paper collages, combining found imagery with contemporary compositional styles. The images are cut up into pieces and redistributed, playing with exaggeration and proportion. Other times, the images are placed in reverse context, juxtaposing modern ideals with traditional states of mind. Slabbinck's eye for muted tones and surreal compositions make his work engaging, memorable and sometimes humorous. Stop motion animation videos have recently become a prominent feature of his work. He embraces social media, both to self-publicise and inspire; much of his personal work and brand advertising is posted on Vine and Instagram. His interviews/reviews feature in The New Yorker, Telegraph, AnOther Magazine, One to Watch on Saatchi art, Lomography magazine, Yatzer, Flur Magazine, Abduzeedo, Installation Magazine and Trendland, Oh my goodness, and Beautiful decay magazine.