It’s extremely rare I discover abstract artwork that fires the little synapses in my brain that cause my holy-shit-must-post-now reflex. I generally need something pretty concrete for my brain to lock onto: a face, a concept, or a process. The mixed media work of Gregory Euclide is a complete exception to the rule. Gregory fuses acrylic, biodegradable film, canvas, wood, eucalyptus, ferns, foam, moss, paper, pencil, photo transfer, sponge, and a multitude of other materials into miniature organic and urban landscapes, each object leading purposefully and delicately to the next. Wow. A couple thousand more images via Flickr. (via arrested motion)
This miniature book contains a complete overview of Irma Boom’s oeuvre, with commentary and more than 450 full colour illustrations in 704 pages with printed edges. Boom is one of the most widely renowned book designers in the world today.
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