French artist Armelle Caron abstracts urban city plans into organized components.
Caron deconstructs cities, identifies fragments, classifies blocks by size and shape. All meaning, memory, void and heritage is kept away by decontextualization. The urban assemblage of the “villes rangées” relies on analysis, order, rhythm, dimension, typology, strata.
The installed prints were accompanied by similar wooden cutouts that could then be organized similarly by visitors. (via things magazine / pytr75)
New prints by NYC designer Tommy Cinquegrano. The top print Warehouse #1 is available now and looks like it will sell out by days end. The other two are available soon, though he has many more great prints in his shop. (via omg posters)
While on a trip to Ireland last year, South Carolina-based artist Marco Suarez snapped some impressive photos and turned them into these circular prints. The tight cropping gives these images a stark focus that’s pretty unique. The first image, Lock Ness, is definitely my favorite. Available here. (via svpply)