If there is one extravagance I don't think I could live without it would be a glossy magazine. I love the anticipation of waiting for a new issue every month and the feeling I get of exploring each of the beautiful images, yet more and more magazines are being replaced by their digital counterparts or dying off. The graveyard is growing and to me, it's shocking to believe that I might not be able to hold my glossy lovely in a few years. The artist Lauren DiCioccio meditates on this idea of current media replacing our sense of literally touching information in her series that transforms typical magazine pages of Vogue and Vanity Fair into colorful rainbows. I can't wait to get my hands on one of her larger prints; check out two more of her pieces after the jump and also where to buy them. File this one as my new art obsession.
Purchase information for these prints can be found here, and better yet, they start at only $20.
[Images via: 20x200]