Al Jourgensen came up with some clever lyrics on one of Ministy's older albums stating that "The mind is a terrible thing to taste". Is the analytical mind a bit more wore in and gamier than say an unused mind? Maybe a few cannibals can answer this question and get back to us. Either which way you think on it though, a mind such as the one employed by Jonathan Brand is damn hard at work coming up with creative solutions. Dig through these photos and the video and maybe throw on another song by Ministry such as "Jesus Built My Hotrod" to get into this bad ass project.
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In his latest work One Piece at a Time, Brooklyn artist Jonathan Brand has constructed every single part of a 1969 Mustang coupe at 1:1 scale out of nothing but paper. Using digital drawings as a source, he printed the blueprints with a large-format inkjet printer. The components were then meticulously cut out and folded into a wide range of objects including spark plugs, nuts and bolts, a radiator, and even the individual tire treads. The final work will not be assembled into an entire vehicle, but rather displayed as loose miniature sculptures. You can see many more photos of the wheels and motor on his website, but for the full effect you’ll need to stop by Hosfelt Gallery in New York, September 20-October 29. (via ex-chamber)