David Hockney is perhaps the most recognized artist to incorporate the photocollage/photomontage in to a body of work. By combining multiple images that were taken from slightly different angles at different times, he creates a surreal Cubist environment out of a seemingly normal space. (http://www.davidhockney.com)
Charles Farrell interprets his idea of the dreamscape through a photocollage series titled “Dreamtime“.
“When I sleep, I often dream of a landscape both familiar and strange. An endless foreign city or crowded urban squares, empty side streets, and open vistas of space. It is a city where the old and new blend seamlessly together. Automated machines and decaying ruins fill the landscape. This series represents the fragments and snapshots of my Dreamtime city.” (http://charlesfarrellart.blogspot.com)
Jen Sloan is an American collage artist that combines and/or abstracts cityscapes. Many of her subjects include buildings, bridges, and street scenes. (http://www.jensloan.org)