If you're Cardiff School of Art & Design student Rachel Walsh, who was given an assignment to "explain something modern/internet based to someone who lived and died before 1900," you make this clever, visually illustrative guide. The larger book, representing the Kindle, has space carved out for forty miniature books, each rendered with tiny, perfect attention to detail. Dickens himself would surely approve. Well done! This deserves an A. Bonus: it would probably also help us explain the Kindle to our grandparents. [via Laughing Squid]
"1-800 Happy Birthday," assembled by artist and filmmaker Mohammad Gorjestani at Worthlessstudios in Bushwick, features voicemail messages left by friends and family of people killed by police.
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