February 25, 2012
I’ll try to promise that I won’t try to steal this for an ad someday. As much as an ad-man can promise anything.
slavin:

“Artist Yaron Steinberg created a giant installation completely made of cardboard of what he imagines his brain looks like. Hundreds of shimmering tiny houses make us think of Brazilian favelas and barrios. A toy train that circles around to connect the brain’s inhabitants.”
A kinder and gentler Medusa’s Head. No points off for being derivative; this is a contemporary form of portraiture. 
(via Yaron Steinberg’s Brain/City | strictlypaper)

I’ll try to promise that I won’t try to steal this for an ad someday. As much as an ad-man can promise anything.

slavin:

“Artist Yaron Steinberg created a giant installation completely made of cardboard of what he imagines his brain looks like. Hundreds of shimmering tiny houses make us think of Brazilian favelas and barrios. A toy train that circles around to connect the brain’s inhabitants.”

A kinder and gentler Medusa’s Head. No points off for being derivative; this is a contemporary form of portraiture. 


(via Yaron Steinberg’s Brain/City | strictlypaper)

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