_I may be enjoying browsing inPRNT! way too much. (ooo… posters!)
_monsters and critters and Fritz Bol from France
_absurdly cute octopus alert. Scott Benson makes this, and also… animates it.
_for our 500th brief note, a barrage of bookshelves.
_finding “printspiration” in Andrés Requena’s paper miscellanea.
_wondering about Matt Connors, digitally reminiscing about this show
_minerals well worth a look: Carly Waito.
_”Grant Willing” must be a very interesting name to have as an artist.
_is oil on canvas: Lee Price.
_this is M. Hendra Permana‘s Journal of Visual Perception.
_seriously, Micah Lidberg must have the craziest brain.
_the world-famous toroctopus was created by Javier Jaén Benavides.
_on vintage magazines for men: Stag Mags.
_truth be told, we don’t know much about Matthew Lyons.
_beyond the idea of Tokyo and traffic: Takashi Katayama.
_behind this Atypica magazine cover: New York based Amy Martino (a.k.a Yellow Bird Machine)
_have we mentioned we love magazines? Ferocious Quarterly, get in mah belleeeh!
_add to the pile of incredibly interesting: suburbia is the answer? (from Foreign Policy)
_we love Laurel Sparks‘ chandeliers made with marble dust, glitter and pom-poms.
_new month and Victoria Haven.
_this is Konsortium- Dusseldorf.
_born in Malawi, lives and works in New York, NY: Tim Davis.
_ Noemie Goudal builds and navigates immaginary cascades and rivers
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_there’s a different kind of vie en rose according to Richard Mosse‘s infrared photographs
_Andrew Miksys got us all nostalgic with his Buses’ windows. Damn.
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