BibliOdyssey just posted a great little collection of satirical maps of World War I. The maps were painstakingly screencapped and stitched together from images on the University of Amsterdam website. It’s really cool to see political cartoons from nearly 100 years ago.
A selection of recent paintings by artist Amanda Brazier (click here for previous post). Not only are the paint pigments made from the soils where Brazier lives, her paintings emerge through stacking and weaving, processes meant to resemble the physical structures and textures of the home. See more images below.