Stephen Walter’s almost childlike drawings of detailed maps are a real treat to look at. I can imagine enjoying these in a museum on a Saturday afternoon, exploring each word and miniscule illustration.
This is kind of like a double post since aside from Christopher Boffoli’s Big Appetite project, his website itself is another work of art that could use a feature of it’s own! The self-taught photographer has such an amazing imagination seeing things the way he does. It’s such a whimsical little world for tiny people amongst a world of food. Even better, on his website, they move!
The Neuw Denim Brand Bible (The Neuw Testament) is a collaborative effort by Luke Brown and Right Angle Studio. Something so effortless and minimal is never easy to pull off. It makes for easy reading and just downright good-looking editorial design. It takes a lot to make it all look so easy and I really appreciate that.
Menno Aden has a really interesting series of photographs capturing a bird’s eye view of rooms. It’s so refreshing to see things from up top, giving the room a personality of it’s own. It’s also a quick view of the entire space and a person’s life. I wonder what mine would look like.