The Hapiness Machine Mark Lascelles Thornton
“Do you wanna play with me,” said the girl to the beast, interrupting it’s strange meal. “We could play hide n seek, or jump over rivers, or swim in the clouds…” The beast grinned at this. He always wanted to swim in the clouds like all the other beasts, but he was a lonely beast and felt embarrassed for thinking of swimming in the clouds alone. “Sooo,” said the girl smiling deviously. “What do you say?” He grinned again and nodded his head in agreement.
A bit of fiction from the long, long ago.
He’s quite simply an extremely good artist: Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada. More pics at http://globalstreetart.com/jorge-rodriguez-gerada.
Only big enough for a bunk bed surrounded by wire walls, these minuscule dwellings aren’t a project in urban microhousing. They’re the result of poor workers trying to find a place to live in the city’s booming real estate market.
Galaxy Type by Romain Roger
Although they have been knocking around for a while, I’ve only just discovered this series called “Galaxy Type Posters”, in which designer Romain Roger gets under the skin (quite literally) of various fonts with intricate deconstructions. Shown here are posters representing Clarendon, Avant Garde, Bauer Bodoni, Bello, Fette Fraktur and Helvetica.