sam winston: romeo and juliet sam winston: romeo and juliet
aug 03, 2009

sam winston: romeo and juliet

for one of his most recent artworks sam winston cut every word from a copy of shakespeare’s ‘romeo and juliet’ and separated them into three categories: passion, rage, and indifference. he then cut each letter individually and worked them into the patterns you can see here.

the top collage is ‘rage’ and the second ‘passion’. the third ‘indifference’ is still to come. more images of the project can be found here.

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  • he got some time

    Li Rui says:
  • think he’s got a problem

    liz denley says:
  • life is definitely too brutish and short. pretty though aren’t they ?

    james denley says:
  • Oh my craziness! That’s so hectic…

    Courtney says:
  • what a beatiful way to express communication.

    Mette says:
  • @Li Rui or a habit

    emmylou says:
  • yeah, that’s amazing.

    nicole says:
  • i love it! very very nice typographic expression!! love his other works as well.

    sarah says:
  • thanks it took a while to do.

    Sam Winston says:

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