tigermountain:

Here’s a thank you gif.

A giant thanks to everyone who’s taken the time to play/share/write about You Are The Wormhole! <3 <3 <3

Here’s a poem/review someone wrote about it.

And an article on Kotaku about it.

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death becomes her
supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!
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supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!
Read More
supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!
Read More
supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”
Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!
Read More

supersonicart:

Isaac Cordal’s “Cement Eclipses.”

Isaac Cordal places different miniature statues into his local landscape of Chiapas, Mexico to create an entirely new sense of place once the objects inhabit their chosen situation.  Stories develop organically from the objects and, especially with these skeletal versions, take on a metaphorical prowess to the pleasing street art.  See more below!

Read More


CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

CC4441 / Tomokazu Hayakawa Architects. Japan

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