Globus by Sashie Masakatsu

I dont want to alarm you, but if I had the ability to roll up everything in the world all Katamari-style, I’d totally do it. Just a word of warning. Luckily for you and the rest of humanity, I can live vicariously through the paintings of Sashie Masakatsu, which depict small planets of compacted urban space floating by their own gravity amidst the ruins of the earth (not my fault, though).

Artist: Website (via: Faith Is Torment)

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    saw his work in the Jonathan LeVine Gallery and had to write a paper for it in class, it’s amazing!
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