Lucy Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann are Zim & Zou, a French studio based in Nancy. Giving a dynamic edge to three-dimensional art and installation, the duo prefers using with “real objects”, such as paper, rather than digital rendering on a computer, giving a fresh perspective to intricate works of paper sculptures and installations.
Sorry I’m so behind on my Autostraddle posts for Most Important Ugly. The past two weeks have been the busiest of my life and I’m burned out, to be honest. I’ll try to get another one up Monday. These are the ones that have gone up so far.
We already took the exhibit down IRL but I promise 2 get back to posting it, I just felt hella burned out for the past few days and haven’t been working (as much).
Jan Parker’s illustrations for the 1971 Peter Haining book, Witchcraft and Black Magic.
Don Featherstone, creator of the pink plastic lawn flamingo.
If I have time today, I’m gonna finish reading this sort of insane, out-of-print 1973 science fiction novel about poor people who are shrunk to five-eightieths of an inch and sent into rich people’s bodies to cut out cancer cells. Malzberg sort of wrotes like Robert Coover, and other parts seem like proto-George Saunders and still other parts are just bleakly, buzzingly crazy so good luck and have a nice day. Or a great one. Whatever you have time for.
omg color i love it