Archives For February 2013

FIRSTS!

This was my first piece of work on my first day of the first year of my degree. Four years ago.

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Disagree with the terminology, but by god do I agree with those sweet sweet aesthetics.

Who knew the German Civil Code could look so beautiful?

[X] — A powerful series on Chicago’s unsafe structures by Gabriel Michael.

Hong Kong’s cramped living conditions; a bird’s eye view.

Riverview Park: An immersive article on a Chicago stalwart.

I for one welcome our new robot overlords: DaVinci Robot Surgery Injury Claims.

MOCAtv’s new season looks pretty damn good.

Excellent Lego replica of the Ghostbuster’s HQ.

RC Car race through a cardboard city.

Pizza on Film: a Supercut

 

Forever Alone

It’s uncanny.

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• I made this triptych of Kerouac book covers based on old European woodcuts. Each one represents one book that Kerouac wrote during his stint at the Desolation Peak fire lookout post; hereafter referred to as “The Peak Trilogy”

• The triptych can be placed in any order to create a custom ‘Mountain Range’

• They’re going to be printed on 4×6 cards so they’re easy to frame

• I haven’t decided how I’m going to print them yet, it could even be a linocut! (Cool, right?)

• I AM GOING TO GIVE A FRAMED SET OF THREE FINISHED PRINTS AWAY TO ONE LUCKY WINNER. All you have to do is answer this question:

Each image above represents one of the three books Kerouac wrote on Desolation Peak: Which is which?

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Answers in the comments, one entry per person. If you get it wrong; tough shit. Good luck!

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Desolation Peak

Doing some work on a Kerouac project.