Woman’s World

May 15th, 2008

Woman’s World is a novel by Graham Rawle. The entire book is constructed with words cut out of women’s magazines from the early 1960s. He didn’t first write the novel and then replaced the words, but the story developed together with his findings in those magazines. It took him 5 years to complete this project, he used thousands of magazines and 40.000 text fragments to fill the 437 pages. Nerve did an interview with him, you can read it here. This is very cool way to write a book!
found at The Apartment Broadcast

Woman\'s World by Graham Rawle


March 21st, 2008

ABC-3D is an amazing pop-up book with a lot of smart elements designed by Marion Bataille. Just watch the video and pre-order your copy now


February 1st, 2008

decotora.jpgMasaru Tatsuki published a book on Decotora, short for decorated truck and it’s mostly a Japanese thing. You can read an interview with him and see some more pictures at PingMag.

Zen Crazy

December 27th, 2007

options.jpgI became a disciple of ‘Zen Crazy’ over the last couple of days, fsj told me about. You can also become one, just read his book and learn from the master: oPtion$: The Secret Life of Steve Jobs, a Parody.

I Don’t Want To Blow You Up!

December 18th, 2007


Still looking for a gift for your little cousins? Get them this coloring book ‘I Don’t Want To Blow You Up!‘.

…A book for kids and adults to counter the terrifying messages transmitted in the name of the War on Terror. In an age of yellow, orange, and red terror alerts, let’s draw attention to the myriad people of different colors and cultures who are living peaceful and meaningful lives.

Selexyz Dominicanen

December 6th, 2007


The Selexyz Dominicanen bookstore in Maastricht, The Netherlands, is definitely my kind of church.
Done by Merkx-Girdo architecten.

Dissected Matter

September 7th, 2007


Dissected Matter‘ by Marion Mayr. The videos on her website say more than words.

Survival in the City

September 6th, 2007

survival_in_the_city.jpgSurvival in the City‘, a guide by Anthony Greenbank, 1974.

Magic Moving Images

July 31st, 2007
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This video is actually quite boring, only after one minute it starts to become interesting. It's basically a demo of the book 'Magic Moving Images: Animated Optical Illusions'. The images in the book are 'layered' animations which you can see when you slide a half transparent mask over it ...
Mmmhh, I can think of some ways to use this technique ... give me that gold lion damn it.

Shitdisco – OK

May 7th, 2007
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