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Friday, June 29, 2012

Seeing The World Differently -- Artists & Paper

We live in an age where so many people see the world differently.

I see Shakespeare differently, and here are some artists whose unique visions are realized with paper.



I seem to have a fondness for paper, as you probably could tell from my earlier post about origami. I don't know what it is. Maybe it's because I write and I do enjoy the tactile experience of physically writing on paper, as opposed to typing onto a computer screen.



I especially like this image above, where every single word in the book is cut out!

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Cheers,

David