Spanish artists, Mersuka Dopazo and Teresa Calderón use fabrics and hand-made, natural papers to create large-scale naïve-style collages. Using the contrast of bright colours and negative white spaces, the artists see their works as a ‘travelogue from unexpected territory’. In their works you can see unexpected connections form between clashing textures and motifs. Dopazo and Calderón use a contrasting free form method with broken graphite and improvised colour that breaks the regular patterns to create a truly unique work of art. Dopazo and Calderón’s works have been exhibited extensively in the UK, the USA, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and Europe.