"+1, first one you have there was topic of a terrible paper I wrote for art history"
haha, had my fair of abysmal papers, glad it didn't spoil the painting though
Here's something totally different, Yuichi Yokoyama creates what you could call experimental mangas, he's mostly interested in depicting mundane activities in very aggressive and dynamic ways, wordless characters all looking very antagonistic and menacing towards each other while accomplishing these activities, there's also entire books centered around unexplained fights taking places in random locales (dining room, public library...)
A big chunk of his work is also dedicated to the subject of massive, unfathomable, often unmanned landscaping machines creating enigmatic terrains and structures for purposes that remain unclear, it's like looking at alien public works that obey to a completely hermetic logic
Edited by sipang - 12/12/11 at 4:45pm