[ by Charles Cameron — elegant simplicity & exquisite complexity together in a terrific niche blog I now follow ]
From the elegantly simple:
??????? Shimen-isuka-tsugi pic.twitter.com/UJ0ysYGnw2
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) April 15, 2016
to the exquisitely complex:
???? Kawai-tsugite pic.twitter.com/WQwxeZ7t4M
— The Joinery (@TheJoinery_jp) May 17, 2016
Japanese joinery has dozens of ways of associating one physical object with another, as brilliantly illustrated in dozens of tweets in The Joinery’s blog:
The complete 3D guide to joinery. The joinery design made with Fusion360.
One of my own aims has been to generate — or begin the generation of — a similar anthology of “DoubleQuotes” illustrating the methods of associative connection available in the realms of language and the aural and visual arts.