I really loved the exploration of one of the most common shapes: the Star. He came up with some of the most interesting work based on that symbol. facinating.
Artist: Gilberto Zorio
Venue: Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna
Curated By: Gianfranco Maraniello
Date: October 15, 2009 – February 7th, 2010
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I gave this info-graphic zine to a friend of mine for Christmas. I found it to be a lovely experiment with sound design and a progressive method of conveyance. Here is what she says about it and photos from her website:
Society for Scientific Inquiry of Paranormal Atmospheric and Cosmic Anomalies
An infographic zine about UFOs, inspired by scientific journals and looney ufologists alike. Full of hard data and statistics, glitches, and conspiracies. 8″ x 10.5″, 48 pages, printed on newsprint.
Bryan Nash Gill was born and raised in the same rural, north-western corner of Connecticut were he works as an artist today. His sculptures and drawings are heavily influenced by the New England countryside but also by geographical regions as diverse as Carrara, Italy, New Orleans, and northern California where he has lived and worked.
Artist: Christopher David Ryan
Excerpt from website:
ATMOSTHEORY is the one-man design studio of Christopher David Ryan… a Portland, Maine-based graphic artist, daydreamer, pseudo-scientist, wanna-be astronaut and untrained intellectual who tends to find inspiration in pretty much anything… especially music, the universe, the human condition and natural phenomena.
As seen on: ISO50’s Blog http://blog.iso50.com/2008/10/16/atmostheory-christopher-david-ryan/
He sells his work online at: http://www.mylittleunderground.net/