Brooklyn, New York β€” Brooklyn Collage Collective (BCC) is an online gallery that supports ground breaking collage art from visual artists around the word.

 Brooklyn Collage Collective was founded in 2013 by Morgan Jesse Lappin and has acted as a beacon to collage artists both within Brooklyn and internationally. Since it’s inception, the collective has gone through many changes, finally hitting its peak now in 2019. BCC breaks boundaries of what collage is, can be, and seeks to inspire those along the way. The mission of the collective is to bring attention and credibility to an otherwise under-recognized medium, elevating the art forms limitless ability to create a dialogue through assemblage and to build a strong community of collage artists.

After evolving over the years, and now in September 2019 the BCC has taken on a new entity and will now focus on interviewing ground breaking analog collage artists from all over the world under the title DEEP CUTS.



Fuck Love, Brooklyn Collage Collective HQ, Brooklyn, NY


Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn Collage Collective HQ, Brooklyn, NY


BCC Vs. SCS, Chinatown Soup, New York, NY

Cut & Taste, Part 2, Chinatown Soup, New York, NY


Cut & Taste, Part 1, Chinatown Soup, New York, NY

Vitamin C,  Rabbithole Studios, Brooklyn NY


BCC Vs. London, Something in the Attic, Carousel London, London, UK

Brooklyn Collage Collective, Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn, NY

Cut & Paste, Sugarlift, Brooklyn, NY


BCC Vs. Sydney, M2 Gallery, Sydney, AU

Lorem Ipsum, Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Collage Collective: Episode 2, Armature Artspace, Brooklyn, NY

Bushwick Open Studios, Brooklyn Collage Collective HQ Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Collage Collective : Episode 1, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY




Blended: Working to Make Collage a Well-Known Medium in the Arts

Moof Mag: The Weird and Wonderful Collages of Morgan Jesse Lappin of the BCC

FWord Mag: Brooklyn Collage Collective x The Very Warm


Kolaj Magazine #19

Herschel Journal Design


The Brooklyn Gallery Helping Young Artists Make it in the Tech Age | Collectively.org

Cut & Paste: Collaging Done the Right Way


Wall Street International
Bushwick Daily
Beautiful Savage