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Visual Art by the Human Body

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September 13th, 2010

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In an attempt to trace the artist that composed these images that popped up in my inbox in a chain e-mail, I have failed miserably only to find this meager link that contains no information on the artist and/or where they came from. [ Continue Reading ]

Alexis Marcou- Less is More

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January 25th, 2010

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For designer and illustrator Alexis Marcou, less is definitely translated into more. Marcou’s works are filled with life, however, it is all accomplished by recreating an 80’s minimalist retro look with a contemporary twist. [ Continue Reading ]

ReKindling The Love

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March 28th, 2009

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I’ve never had an online avatar. I am just not much of a Second Life person. Best I can do is try not to mess up my First, but if I ever did go looking for another incarnation, chances are, I would be a book. Collectively, they are had one of the most profound effects on this First one.

Now, by “book”, I do mean the wealth of information on roughly the same topic or a collection of short works by the same author or united under a single theme. But I, also, refer to the purely physical form, the familiar weight, the scent of paper, the minute smudges of ink, like imperfections in the human face, transforming something merely beautiful into truly divine. Sure, the E-ink is coming close, really close, and yes, in it and its offshoots, does doubtless lie a future of the publishing business, but for those on a budget — yet wanting to retain the familiarity of devouring material books, allow me to introduce you to BookSwim.

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