UK based artist Bronia Sawyer colors and reshapes the book form to create these organic shapes. Using controlled lighting and photography, Sawyer explores the natural anatomy of a book by bending, folding and painting its pages and spine. Reminiscent of Rorschach’s inkblots or artfully altered x-rays, the first three images in this post are . . . → Read More: Bronia Sawyer turns books into organic forms
Inspired by falling foliage, graphic designer Twan van Keulen used a scalpel to cut letters and a bird from these leaves. Lovely!
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“Mister George” 20.25 x 15.25, Acrylic and colored pencil on paper (2012)
Some days it seems like you can’t open a book or turn on the TV without running into a vampire. Think Anne Rice’s “Interview with a Vampire” series, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Van Helsing,” “Twilight” and many more I don’t even know . . . → Read More: “Vampires and Wolf Men” by Anna Fidler at the Johansson Projects in Oakland, CA