REMMUS is a mixed media collage artist, born in Brooklyn, New York. REMMUS is known for using magazines from the early twentieth century and submerging them in various layers of resin. She gets her inspiration from the streets of New York City. While walking through different parts of the city, REMMUS noticed the spots on the scaffolding where people would place poster after poster. Every time one poster decayed and fell apart, a new poster would take it’s place and be similarly aged by New York’s rain, wind, grit, and sun. The result was a build up of posters, with the forefront revealing glimpses into the posters behind it, and most importantly, the culture and history of times past. REMMUS’s work often replicates that impression by working with older magazines, and give viewers that same bleary, distorted, and sometimes muted look into our beautiful forgotten past.