We’ve been talking a lot lately about thinking in pictures as opposed to thinking in words. I tend to do the latter, and as a result on these short Saturdays I often point you to a link with words. Today, though, some interesting pictures:
In 2010, for an installation in a forested area at the Jardin de la Connaissance in Quebec, artist Rodney LaTourelle and landscape architect Thilo Folkerts of 100 Landschaftsarchitektur collaborated to create Garden of Cognition, a temporary garden space using approximately 40,000 discarded books stacked to form walls, benches, and carpets.
I think it’s pretty cool. Food for thought, literally. :) Enjoy!
UPDATE: There’s more on this subject here.
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