What defines a perfect shape? "A two-dimensional equable shape (or perfect shape) is one whose area is numerically equal to its perimeter. For example, a right-angled triangle with sides 5, 12 and 13 has area and perimeter, both have a unitless numerical value of 30." Did this definition, by a popular search engine, help at all? Probably not. In the following pages only imperfection makes sense and we invite you to come along and embrace it! Text from inside the book.
Rebeka Lukošus ○ Amy Lockhart ○ Bettina Henni ○ Indrė Svirplytė ○ Jan Soeken ○ Joakim Drescher ○ Jooyoung Kim ○ José Quintanar ○ Juliána Chomová ○ Kerija Arne ○ König Lü. Q. ○ Lasse Wandschneider ○ Līva Kandevica ○ Lote Vilma Vītiņa ○ Lucie Lučanská ○ Nhozagri ○ Pixin ○ Rebeka Lukošus ○ Roope Eronen ○ Xue Tsung-Hsien ○ Zane Zlemeša
first edition, 2020 ○ paperback ○ 14cm x 10cm ○ 164 pages ○ full colours