Help me assemble puzzles at the Woodcut Maps booth at Maker Faire tomorrow!

Help me assemble puzzles at the Woodcut Maps booth at Maker Faire tomorrow!

New York City Garbage
Justin Gignac

New York City Garbage

Justin Gignac

vobios:

“French artist Armelle Caron takes maps of cities and reorganizes the individual blocks into ordered rows. The process transforms a chaotic city into a unrecognizable, but systematic assemblage of shapes. I’ll be honest, the sizes of the images below don’t do the designs justice.”

vobios:

“French artist Armelle Caron takes maps of cities and reorganizes the individual blocks into ordered rows. The process transforms a chaotic city into a unrecognizable, but systematic assemblage of shapes. I’ll be honest, the sizes of the images below don’t do the designs justice.”

(via l-ll-lll)

Dead Pixel in Google Earth
82 cm x 82 cm burned square
Helmut Smits
2008 - 2010

Dead Pixel in Google Earth

82 cm x 82 cm burned square

Helmut Smits

2008 - 2010

Soundcube
Bernhard Leitner
1969

Soundcube

Bernhard Leitner

1969

paavo:

Hans Hollein, Aircraft Carrier Projects, 1964
All of Hollein’s drawings in this book are from his Transformations  series, created between 1963 and 1968. In each, an agricultural or urban  landscape, often apparently barren, becomes the site for a monumental  object. The drawings are visual parodies of Le Corbusier’s concept of  architecture as an object in the landscape, an idea exemplified in his  seminal book Vers une Architecture (Toward a new architecture), with its  images of ocean liners, automobiles, and airplanes-examples of  technological ingenuity that stand as singular objects, more worthy of  an absolute and dominant place in the world than any other current  example of monumental architecture.

paavo:

Hans Hollein, Aircraft Carrier Projects, 1964

All of Hollein’s drawings in this book are from his Transformations series, created between 1963 and 1968. In each, an agricultural or urban landscape, often apparently barren, becomes the site for a monumental object. The drawings are visual parodies of Le Corbusier’s concept of architecture as an object in the landscape, an idea exemplified in his seminal book Vers une Architecture (Toward a new architecture), with its images of ocean liners, automobiles, and airplanes-examples of technological ingenuity that stand as singular objects, more worthy of an absolute and dominant place in the world than any other current example of monumental architecture.

Mimesis
Barbara & Michael Leisgen

Mimesis

Barbara & Michael Leisgen

tomasorban:

mandala-like carpets made from google earth screenshots by David Hanauer

wowgreat:

Mondrian Remixed (by Graphic Nothing)

wowgreat:

Mondrian Remixed (by Graphic Nothing)

from Decadence-graphy Bernd&Hilla
Assaf Shaham

from Decadence-graphy Bernd&Hilla

Assaf Shaham

from American Dream
Assaf Shaham

from American Dream

Assaf Shaham

La Maîtresse de la Tour Eiffel, 2009
Michel de Broin

La Maîtresse de la Tour Eiffel, 2009

Michel de Broin

students assembling Buckminster Fuller’s venetian blind strip dome

Black Mountain College

1948

from The Topographic Projections and Implied Geometry Series

Jim Sanborn

Graffiti Taxonomy Diptych: New York & Paris
Evan Roth

Graffiti Taxonomy Diptych: New York & Paris

Evan Roth