Even though Athenae has killed journalism, newspapers still wonderful

Nick Georgiou_ Paper Sculpture | Daily Art Fixx

viaDaily Art Fixx, the paper sculpture ofNick Geogiou:

Georgiou’s work is inspired by “the death of the printed word/world, economic collapse, political and environmental uncertainty.

Georgiou states: “Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 21st century. Whatever we used to read off paper, we’re now reading off digital screens. Our way of interacting with text is changing. My work is not only about the decline of the printed word in today’s society but its rebirth as art.”

One thought on “Even though Athenae has killed journalism, newspapers still wonderful

  1. pansypoo says:

    a pox on the kindle/nook etc etc.
    right now i am reading OLD books. my encyclopedia britannica set, my famous orations. both printed before 1910. i voraciously love old books. and i discovered the best way to find them. 1/2 the time FREE. but we are the readers. the bookies.

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