Definition of collagist in US English:

collagist

noun

  • See collage

    • ‘Fine arts collagists who use this technique include Carrie Burns Brown, Gerald Brommer, Carole Barnes, and Gladys Russo.’
    • ‘But from what I've read about the past, there were lots of trade schools where sign painters, package makers, letterers, collagists, layout artists, etc. learned their trade and followed something other than pure intuition.’
    • ‘Ray Johnson was a natural collagist, one of whose principal activities is bringing disparate entities into conjunction.’
    • ‘He was a visual researcher, a cataloguer and collagist, producing densely packed, allusively wired images based on fragmentation and collision.’
    • ‘Pulsing in rhythm to the music, the intentionally fuzzy projections by collagists John Abner and Theodore A. Harris and videographer Tobin Rothlein were most effective in the opening.’

Pronunciation

collagist

/-läZHist/