sketchbook challenge – censoring

I’ve been working with a lot of book paper lately & as I finished one piece I saw remainders of paper that could still be used. I glued the off cuts together, created a few full sheets of paper & saw all the angles of the text. They reminded me of the lines in etchings. I blacked out the text making lines to define a word… (I like typography). So could I say that I censored this image?

More tomorrow but for now, check out how I recycle books here.

All designs, text and images ยฉ Benjamin Wieler.

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About Benjamin Wieler

artist / designer - my blog: https://bwieler.wordpress.com/ - my shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/bookBW - find me on instagram: https://instagram.com/bookbw/
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One Response to sketchbook challenge – censoring

  1. Modmissy says:

    Hello Benjamin. I never knew paper could look so beautiful. Great work.

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