“Heirloom” Pop-Up Art Book by Alison Ann Woodward unfolds piece by piece to reveal the anatomy of a white horned creature.
I will never get over the craftsmanship in this piece.
“Bride Test Print 3*”
edition of 1
On FOIL paper!
MORE INFO HERE
*This has a ding on the corner and on the top. Not noticeable when framed. Check the detail photos.
I have an obsession with vacuum tubes. They are fascinating to me.
WWI Freikorps Armband
..soldiers and citizens looking on at a Blindganger / unexploded shell surrounded by barbed wire, left over from the 1919 battles
“People told us that the War was over. That made us laugh. We ourselves are the War. The flames burn strongly in us. It envelops our whole being and fascinates us with the enticing urge to destroy.”
(Unknown Freikorps veteran)
Freikorps (English: Free Corps) are German volunteer military or paramilitary units. The term was originally applied to voluntary armies formed in German lands from the middle of the 18th century onwards. Between World War I and World War II the term was also used for the paramilitary organizations that arose during the period of the Weimar Germany. Freikorps units fought both for and against the German state. They formed the vanguard of the Nazi movement.