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Pénurie Invertébrée


Pénurie Invertébrée
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Illustration made for Échelles second issue based on the theme Spolia. Evolving in a world where thousands of signs already exist and carry meaning, is it still necessary to generate new content?


​​​​​​​"When someone removes the hide of a building or tears out its innards, he resembles a cannibal. A cannibal does not devour his enemies mainly because he wants to nourish himself but because he hopes that in so doing he will acquire his destroyed enemy’s strength. Therefore, he eats human flesh not so much because he is hungry or because he prefers human flesh to a sirloin steak but rather for ideological reasons." 

Spolia from Constantine to Charlemagne: Aesthetics versus Ideology by Beat Brenk.




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Pénurie Invertébrée —​​​​​​​ Illustration made for Échelles second issue based on the theme Spolia. Evolving in a world where thousands of si Read More

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