Wednesday, August 21, 2013

This is the Foreverscape by artist Vance Feldman, a project hes been working on for nearly 4 years, and over 700 pages.

As the website explains:
Vance Feldman’s ForeverScape began on September 26, 2009 and has continued to grow ever since. The illustration is primarily ink, marker and now color pencil. Eventually other physical media will be incorporated. Spanning nearly 500 seamlessly linked pages, the ’scape extends about 60 feet longer than a football field. The combined weight of all 8.5x11" paper sheets is about 13 lbs. The past several hundred pages not only connect left-to-right. When squeezed down into a five-column format, it connects to form a continuous vertical image that tiles endlessly in any direction. It is an immense puzzle wrapped lovingly with satire, social commentary and savage irony—it is a psychedelic existential crisis.

This blog post cant even begin to do justice to such an epic and expansive piece or art. These photos are just a small fraction of the overall piece. Check out the player section of  his website to view a scrolling video of the full piece HERE.

There is currently a Kickstarter campaign going on to fund a mobile app that will  allow users to view and navigate the entire piece from their mobile devices. Check that out and contribute to the project HERE.

Check out these time lapse videos of the artist at work:

This project is definately one of the coolest we've seen in a while. Check out the official website HERE.


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