Peter Horvath, born of Hungarian descent into a lineage of photographers, began taking pictures at age 6. After spending his formative years inhaling darkroom fumes, he worked as a stills photographer until he discovered computers in 1995 when a friend gave him a Macintosh Plus. Shortly thereafter, he happened across the work of Dadaists John Heartfield and Hannah Hoch, whose work exposed him to the world of photo-montage. He has since produced digital collage works exploring narrative, abstraction, and the hypnagogic, and continues to push the boundaries of convention, displacing the familiar and nostalgic with unique, surreal touches. Peter’s ability to master bold compositions that convey complex concepts is what makes his work stand out. His impactful images make him a natural choice for the nuances of editorial work, and the call-to-action needs of advertising.
Abstract, Collage, Conceptual, Cut Paper, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Mixed Media, Montage, Photoillustration, Decorative, Film/Entertainment, Monoprints
Humor, Animals, Architecture, Book Covers, Celebrities, Editorial, Fashion/Cosmetics, Food, Futuristic, Health, Historical, Holidays, Music, Packaging, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Product, Religious, Romance, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Technology, Transportation, Travel, Americana, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Masculine, Branding