When I was an undergraduate at Cornell, I remember seeing Darrel Morris's work for the first time and feeling like bells were ringing and light bulbs were flashing. He was one of the first artists that I really loved, and his way of working felt like a revelation. Lucky for me I went on to grad school at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where Darrel was my advisor, then colleague when I started teaching there myself after grad school. Darrel is a story teller, a collage maker, and one of my favorites still.
Here's a slideshow.