David Hockney, now 73, is an English artist who is notable for his photographic collages. Using Polaroids of the same image, Hockney created one picture from many. He began this style of design, which he called joiners, in the ’70s and went through ’86. Eventually he became frustrated with the limits of photography and turned once again to painting, which he studied at the Royal College of Art. He was also influential in the British Pop Art movement.