Just as Aphex Twin was raised in sleepy Cornwall but went on to create some of the weirdest and most complex sounds the planet had ever heard, Benjamin Rawson has managed to invent all kinds of fantastic imagery from a very small village near Lincolnshire.
Found by the good people at Museums Press, Benjamin’s work is now being shown to the world via a zine dedicated completely to his work, entitled MZ-013 and available on their website. I don’t know about you, but those house diagrams are some of the trippiest, Sims-esque things I’ve seen in a while, and they’re definitely going in the special folder.
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