shawn wrote:It's very hard to try and stay away but once you start... you want every single publish and unpublish work of his. :cry:
shawn wrote:I'm going off-topic here but the reason I collect Murata is the way he design the books and doujin's. They are very fascinating and intriguing. It's very aesthetically appealing to me... well, some might argue that it might not be practical for daily handling and they are too delicate and flimsy. Well, you see he is an artist after all, so there.
Similar to an architect which is great in his vision of designing on plan but practically sometimes it's very hard or even impossible for the builder/contractor to carry out and make his design work. Some adjustments had to be done to fit.
I suppose since a flawed in design 'art book' is still an 'art book' nonetheless.
Do you see Jun Tsukasa or even Shirow do that? They just couldn't be bothered...
p.s. ok ok .... don't shoot me, don't shoot me. I'm sorry!
shawn wrote:Well, I thought that Formcode is a thick collection. Too thick that it damages some of the contents when shipped. Well, I don't have it yet, but if it's true, where the hell are we going to fit more stuff in the binder? Is it a good idea?
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