What lies beneath …

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This via weburbanist, in turn via Maskull Lasserre. “Creatures large and small seem to have eaten their way out of the confinement of everyday items like rolling pins, axes, pianos and chairs in the hands of Montreal-based artist Markus Laserre. Previously known for his incredible skulls carved into the pages of books, Lasserre now reveals unexpected life (and death) within wooden objects.” Check out the whole article and more pictures at weburbanist. MJG says- I love this, especially the artist’s coat hangars with the wooden skin stripped back and the underlying bones showing. Yes. Show me the true reality of …

Ruins / Haikyo free for 3 days!

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I have free stuff for you! For 3 days starting Thursday 6th Feb to Sat 8th, my Ruins / Haikyo photo book Ruins of the Rising Sun – Adventures in Abandoned Japan will be available for free on Amazon here- Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk (My deep apologies if anyone gets this message twice.) As you may know- this book tells the story of my 5 years exploring the abandoned ruins of Japan, with highlights of all the best explorations told through a coming-of-age-ish story, with insight on travel, Japan, and growing up from a truly unique and bizarre perspective, accompanied by 200 …