Piece from the ‘Map Works’ series by artist Shannon Rankin.  Rankin believes that “Maps depicting mountain ranges, roads, lakes and rivers resemble internal biological features, reproductive anatomy, skeletal structures and networks of the human body.”

Piece from the ‘Map Works’ series by artist Shannon Rankin. Rankin believes that “Maps depicting mountain ranges, roads, lakes and rivers resemble internal biological features, reproductive anatomy, skeletal structures and networks of the human body.”

Timestory Illustration - The Illustrative Collages of Lorenzo Petrantoni  Lorenzo Petrantoni is one of the world’s most sought-after editorial illustrators. This book reveals why.  http://usshop.gestalten.com/books/timestory.html

Timestory Illustration - The Illustrative Collages of Lorenzo Petrantoni Lorenzo Petrantoni is one of the world’s most sought-after editorial illustrators. This book reveals why. http://usshop.gestalten.com/books/timestory.html

ALE! what about a picture of the bible (like instead of the cup) and then these wonderful creations flowing and exploding out!!!!

Cup of Dream

ALE! what about a picture of the bible (like instead of the cup) and then these wonderful creations flowing and exploding out!!!!

Hand-lettered map of literary Britain. This poster features 183 authors in an original geographically-linked design. Designed by Geoff Sawers. Printed on 200gsm recycled paper. A1 size 84 x 55cm. £15.00

Literary Britain Map Print

Hand-lettered map of literary Britain. This poster features 183 authors in an original geographically-linked design. Designed by Geoff Sawers. Printed on 200gsm recycled paper. A1 size 84 x 55cm. £15.00

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

Melinda Gibson's series 'The Photograph as Contemporary Art' adheres to this theory, quite literally. She 'sticks things together' – in this case, sliced-up images culled directly from the pages of Charlotte Cotton's seminal book, The Photograph as Contemporary Art, which has graced the reading lists of nearly every academic institution offering a degree in photography since its publication in 2004.

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