As Far As Eye Can See is a large-scale artwork created by Multiply, a growing collective of Adelaide women who wanted to do something positive for the city of Christchurch, NZ after their recent devastating earthquakes. Comprised of over 500 hand-crocheted squares, the giant pixelated eye comes into focus at a distance; while up close the work of many hands is evident in the varying patterns and textures. They will use the artwork to raise money for Gap Filler, a creative urban regeneration initiative that is taking art and community to Christchurch’s vacant city spaces. Find out more or donate here. (via @designsponge)
A day in the life of a Chronicle Books graphic designer... a lovely blog post found via @notestoafurther.
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