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    Vanity Fair by Lauren DiCioccio

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    • Longina Phillips Designs

      Vanity Fair MAY08:pg269 by Lauren DiCioccio color assigned to every letter in the alphabet (grayscale 0=white 9=black)tiny dots of paint applied over every character, result is blur of dots

    • Laura Morrish

      Lauren DiCioccio Limited Edition Print: Lauren diCioccio takes magazine articles (this is Vanity Fair) and transposes colour for the letters, turning them into art. Love the synesthetic nod.

    • Nadya Direkova

      Dots - the artists painted over each letter of a Vogue article with a certain colored dot. Visual poetry!

    • Duffy Mooney-Sheppard

      Another color language discovery comes via Anna of the awesome Birds of Ohio blog. She pointed out to me the work of artist Lauren DiCioccio, who, like Hyo Myoung Kim, translates text into color, albeit with a softer, more organic style. These pieces, which DiCioccio calls her color codification dot drawings, take pages from popular magazines such as Vogue and Vanity Fair and reinterpret them in color using a painstaking process with a mylar overlay. She describes them as a kind of “Braille for

    • The Trim Shoppe

      Vanity Fair MAY08:pg269 (and, incredibly, looking not a day older) - lauren dicioccio

    • Julia Bonn

      Vanity Fair article written in colors. Reading material for people with synesthesia?

    • Stacy Isenbarger

      Vanity Fair MAY08 pg269 and incredibly looking not a day older

    • Joseph LeBaron

      #columns, #grid, @laurendicioccio

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    Vanity Fair MAY08:pg269 (and, incredibly, looking not a day older) by Lauren DiCioccio - 20x200 (from $24)

    Vanity Fair MAY08:pg269 (and, incredibly, looking not a day older) - 20x200 Lauren DiCioccio is an emerging artist living in the Bay Area, an hour south of San Francisco.

    i'mma big fan of jane mount's "ideal bookshelf" prints. what's on people's shelves is so indicative of who they are.

    this will be on a wall in my kids' room. a small wall.

    Letters together



    idea for other letters

    water colors

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