Allison Diaz: You can view Diaz's work on both her blog and her Flickr. Diaz makes beautiful, kaleidoscopic images that look almost woven.
Melinda Gibson: Gibson, from London, creates photo montages with images from the book, "The Photograph as Contemporary Art" by Charlotte Cotton. Gibson's final images, which have the same name, question copywriting laws and our educational system. A book, as Gibson argues, has its own copyright, and only ten percent of the work can be reproduced lawfully. However, anyone can go on the internet, save an image, and do whatever they wish with it. Each image that Gibson has created to question the way we define copywriting laws is dynamic both aesthetically and conceptually. Go take a look, and have a happy Easter!