Photograph Book Can Only Be Read Properly If Torn Apart [Pics]
Rearrange the pages in this book to discover what hidden message the artist included.
To better document the live performances of the Roadside Picnic, photographer Oona Lurås Wiggan assembled a book of photography only to have it’s readers tear it up. The Doberman Variations book strings together three unrelated topics based on the artist’s obsession of Grace Jones, Dobermans and abandoned theme parks to create an umbrella theme.
When pulled apart and rearranged, the 250 pages of black and white photography reveal a password and a link to download video and audio recordings from some of the performances. If you are a fan of Justin Wiggan’s Roadside Picnic, you can now relive the magical musical events that took place in Norway early this year through these “secret” recordings. Just remember, in order to create something even better, you must destroy something in the process – this book is no different.
The Doberman Variations book can be purchased here.
Source, Images: Design Taxi