Kim Rugg alphabetizes the newspaper, modifies the size of postage stamps, and re-imagines cereal boxes as magnificent mosaics.
If Photoshop was Rugg's medium of choice, the work would still be clever. However, her skills with with an Exacto knife make the pieces far more interesting. That, and you have to respect the way she creates entirely new representations of things out of the original materials. You might call her a practitioner of cut-and-paste simulacra, or you could just say she's fabulous.
Here's a look at one of her newspapers: