Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

American artist and architect Lebbeus Woods made the following drawings. I was initially carried away by his extremely detailed use of line and multiple geometric forms, then I researched a bit of what they are about. This article discusses how the bottom images are part of his response to the Bosnian War of 1992-93. It […]


Broken Houses is the project of Ofra Lapid, an artist living and working in Tel-Aviv. He creates small scale models of run-down houses using photographs of an amateur North Dakota photographer that document the decaying process. The models are then photographed and edited to have a plain grey background. For an image of decay, they’re […]


Armsrock is an artist who applies his drawings to city walls by pasting or projecting the images. These images were projected onto walls in Copenhagen. I love the placing of the last image – position and location.


Abigail Reynolds cuts and folds vintage bookplates to create her series of images, Universal Now. I enjoy the visual play of the geometric sections of color mixed with the 3-d elements of the folds.