artistsbooksandmultiples:

Maurizio Nannucci
Copyright © neon
Florence, Italy: Self-published (?), 1990 
20 x 20 x 6 cm. 

Coloured neon available in yellow, blue, red and white. Signed, titled, numbered and artist fingerprint inside printed box. Edition of 9. 

Happy 75th birthday (4/20). 

visual-poetry:

»the left half of this sentence has the exact same number of letters and words as has the right half.«
»there are the exact same number of letters and words in this sentence as there are in the prior one.«

by micah lexier (+)

(on tumblr)

hauntedbystorytelling:

Maurizio NANNUCCI :: And what about the truth, Palazzo della Triennale, Milan, 2006

hauntedbystorytelling:

Maurizio NANNUCCI :: And what about the truth, Palazzo della Triennale, Milan, 2006

bywaterbros:

Liquid Assets

by General Idea
http://www.bywaterbros.com/Editions/edition_liquid_assets_general_idea.html

(Source: referencebureau)

Tags: Ed Ruscha

Dave Dyment

Oz Misremembered 
Artist Book, 2010
Edition of 25

A collection of drawings of Judy Garland as Dorothy, as made by fans of the film, juxtaposed with online posts that discuss an alternate ending to the film which does not exist. 

(Source: davedyment)

raisedbymyths:

Swan by David Shrigley

raisedbymyths:

Swan by David Shrigley

libraryoftheprintedweb:

Keller, Jean. The Black Book. PoD, 2013, 740 pages.

libraryoftheprintedweb:

Keller, Jean. The Black Book. PoD, 2013, 740 pages.

1109-83:

Dieter Roth, Zoo rings, Reykjavík - Luzern, 1975

(2 finger rings with 15 interchangeable heads, rings: guilded brass, heads: brass casts.)
"In 1957 Dieter Roth followed his future wife to Iceland where he kept a base up to the end of his life and where his children live to this day. His attempt to establish himself there as graphic designer failed because he was not able to obtain a work permit. To make a living he started to design jewellery for a jeweller in Reykjavík. He also made friends with the Swiss jeweller Hans Langenbacher who commissioned him in the beginning 70s again to design some jewellery for him. Conceptually the pieces Roth designed in these two periods have to be seen closely linked to the rest of his work."

1109-83:

Dieter Roth, Zoo rings, Reykjavík - Luzern, 1975

(2 finger rings with 15 interchangeable heads, rings: guilded brass, heads: brass casts.)

"In 1957 Dieter Roth followed his future wife to Iceland where he kept a base up to the end of his life and where his children live to this day. His attempt to establish himself there as graphic designer failed because he was not able to obtain a work permit. To make a living he started to design jewellery for a jeweller in Reykjavík. He also made friends with the Swiss jeweller Hans Langenbacher who commissioned him in the beginning 70s again to design some jewellery for him. Conceptually the pieces Roth designed in these two periods have to be seen closely linked to the rest of his work."

Ben Vautier
Eat Art Gallery