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Endless, nameless (constructions) embody dynamic works in a burst of color, shape and form, the result of an exploration of print methods by renowned contemporary artist Teppei Kaneuji's preoccupation with reconstructing ready-made collages of Japanese manga illustrations. An essay booklet fits into the nook of a larger book, creating a metaphor for one of the series of artworks using both negative and positive by-products as art pieces. A cut-and-paste method similar to the artist's use of existing manga illustrations was used to construct exaggerated typography on the main cover.
Singapore Tyler Print Institute