Annie Vought is an Oakland, CA native that has handwritten and hand-cut a series based on her personal writings. It’s quite amazing how her craftsmanship conjures the discipline within each negative space, surrounding every single character. Enjoy the details.
“Beginning June 7th, the tower will be lit from within by digitally-controlled light sequences playing from dusk till morning for a full year. A welcome addition to Brooklyn’s skyline,Watertower will be visible from Lower Manhattan, FDR Drive, and the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges at night”
Brooklyn based artist Julia Chiang uses a wide variety of materials in her sculpture and installation based work, including nostalgic and sweet ring pops. the colourfoul candy has been used by chiang in a number of works often employed as pixels spelling out words. the candy jewels atop the rings melts over time under gallery lights and slowly drips down the walls. the melted sugar stains the surfaces it touches. one of chiang’s largest ring pop installation was presented at this year’s art gallery.
When was the last time you didn’t tell the truth? This particular poster series by Justin Barber, called Truth and Lies, depicts the common lies we tell ourselves and others alongside the brutal and hilarious truth.
This beautiful typographic poster made of folded paper was designed and constructed by Montreal-based designers Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li and Dominic Liu for the Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles Project. The piece shows a number of origami cranes bursting through the surface of carefully crafted type.
Chinese characters constructed with folding paper:
Character and paper, paper and character. Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.