Vienna-based artist and illustrator Michael Hacker created a brilliant series of anatomical illustrations for this year's Tiny Trifecta show at New York's Cotton Candy Factory. Featuring a painted headpiece of Hacker's signature character that functions as a packaging tag, the illustration then extends into a plastic packet. The series features bones, guts and brains-- a very clever concept for a trio of illustrations!
Celebrating the Rust Belt that sprawls across the Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeastern states, this t-shirt speaks to the resilience of the folks who still live in the region. It reads, “The resilience of a Rust Belter, the original hard workin’ folks,” in vintage-style type, with illustrations of a hammer and tiny industrial factory.
Factory Made: Abstract Scenes Made from Hand-Cut Paper
Using paper from independently-owned French Paper Company, these scenes depict the 140-year-old factory where the material is produced giving the viewers a tiny glimpse into the machinery used and the paper production process.
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