Your House, by Olaf Eliasson.
Your House is a limited-edition artist’s book by Eliasson with a laser-cut negative impression of his house in Copenhagen, Denmark. Each of the 454 pages is individually cut and corresponds to 2.2 cm of the actual house. As readers leaf through the pages, they slowly make their way through the rooms of the house from front to back, thus constructing a mental and physical narrative.via This is Colossal.
After long long hours of sitting at my desk or computer my body has grown increasingly dissatisfied with this routine of mine…so yoga has been happening in my life to amend the situation! Here is a little gouache painting inspired by this new part of my day!
Tiger Hunter for Plansponsor
This piece is in the latest PLANSPONSOR April issue. It was originally a personal piece but I submitted it to AD SooJin after I finished. She liked it and found an article that fits with it. This is how AWESOME SooJin is!! (I really like how the layout design carry the eyes from the image via arrows to the text!)
Incredible lineup of illustrators in this issue, including Sam Bosma, Dadu Shin, Nick Iluzada, Josh Cochran, Joohee Yoon, David Jien, Chris Silas Neal, Marc Rosenthal, Red Nose Studios…!
Thanks again to SooJin for being amazing!
Jill Greenberg is the manipulator.
German artist Maria Fisher sewed “hyperlinks” into a book about dreams in order to “visualize the confusion and the fragility of dreams.”via the Daily What.
Jonatan Cantero is crazy!
Un par de imágenes bonitas para ustedes en el ratito de ocio de oficina. Va a haber que aprovecharlos, porque me da que vamos a ir teniendo cada vez menos.
Atamoto? All in Japanese.
Update, by Bailey
“Well now, If you mistake the light you should be watching, you’ll be taken and eaten, Traveler.”
Important: 狐火, kitsune-bi, “fox-fire.” Cf. will-o’-the-wisp.
Matt Leunig's scraped knee might be why his work has gotten from creeping everywhere.