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Weapons of Mass Creation

These days, that would mean robots. But in the good old days of making by hand, artist Angryblue shows us what.

Angryblue is Justin Kamerer, who may be angry and blue but definitely talented. He has been into printmaking for a few years now, with an overwhelming archive at his official website, Angryblue.com.

Based on his choice of subjects as well as colors, anyone could easily describe his style as dark. This is why a lot of his watchers were surprised by his latest print called “Weapons of Mass Creation.”

Look, no skulls. Photo via Angryblue

On the poster are drawings of old-fashioned pens, brushes, rulers, cutters, and other traditional implements. They are neatly arranged inside an outline of a missile, hence the clever pun.

written by sleepswimming

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