I’ll go with what Margot from Pitch said: this is simultaneously stunning and mind-boggling. Hand-cut typography from artist Bianca Chang commissioned as a birthday present.
A lovely print by Teagan White, available over at Society6 in a variety of shapes and sizes. (via let’s love art)
A great infographic by Wayne Dorrington. Check out his web site for a super high-res version. (via quips)
Chicago artist Sighn, a member of the Multi Polar Projects art collective, is carving anything you’d like out of basswood (up to 50 characters) from now through December as part of a larger ITSOK project. Place your orders here. For you treehuggers, a tree is planted in conjunction with the Arbor Day Foundation for every piece ordered.
Limited edition poster from Process Type. Looks like it sold out in about 10 seconds so stay tuned for more. (via swiss legacy)
Jeff Sheldon of Ugmonk (previously) just updated his store with these great new prints.
Painstakingly sliced sentences by Oakland artist Annie Vought. In some of her works the lines on the paper provide a natural structure for a single piece and in others individual words are glued to pins. How obsessive compulsively awesome. See also Jill Sylvia. (via the best part)
I hope you’re excited as I am to discover the work of UK artist Anna Garforth who uses recycled and natural media to create sustainable artworks in urban spaces. Living moss into script typography? Leaves into letters? If Colossal bestowed awards Anna would walk away with a heavy post-consumer recycled trophy. (via cmykern.com)