from - Perish Plains vol 2 – Phil Woollam and Ryan Dodgson
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A lovely, simple and inspiring concertina book created by Shelby Arnold.

more pics on the blog

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A lovely, simple and inspiring concertina book created by Shelby Arnold

more pics on the blog

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N. E. THING CO.

A Portfolio of Piles

Vancouver, Canada, Fine Arts Gallery, University of British Columbia, 1968.

61 pp., 24.10 × 16.50 cm., loose leaves

Edition of 555

from Artists’ Books and Multiples

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Lisa Brown’s “Summer Reading Print”, available from Reading Frenzy
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Fritz Lang and Karl Freund on the set of “Metropolis”

original photos available at Royal book, photo 2

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collages on paper, book pages by John Brodie

(Source: johnbrodie.com)

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Barnett Newman - Black Fire I
this is the most expensive painting sold at auction this May, 2014. ($84M)
the top 10 at artnet

Barnett Newman - Black Fire I

this is the most expensive painting sold at auction this May, 2014. ($84M)

the top 10 at artnet

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In Solo show in Sim City (2011), Asendorf draws his materials from existing software—Sim City 2000—isolating components from the game’s visual landscape and turning them into animated frames that he categorizes as “performances,” “installations,” and “readymades.”

at artsy

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Auta z Dakaru, a Czech pamphlet of paper model truck plans by Richard Vyškovský
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Bloomberg Businessweek on Thursday revealed the tabloid-style cover for this week’s magazine, centered around French economist Thomas Piketty’s bestselling book on wealth inequality, “Capital in the 21st Century.”

via talkingpointsmemo

Bloomberg Businessweek on Thursday revealed the tabloid-style cover for this week’s magazine, centered around French economist Thomas Piketty’s bestselling book on wealth inequality, “Capital in the 21st Century.”

via talkingpointsmemo

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