The joy of building blocks doesn’t have to be a playtime memory left only for childhood. Artist Drew Tyndell regenerates the fun in his new playful series called “Cabin Series.” Growing up with the influences of an architect father, Tyndell gained insight in the process of building homes and poured his know-how into the creation of this series. It consists of cardboard-thin groupings that can remind us all of a kid’s wooden puzzle toys. Cabin Series shows the natural beauty of wood and architecture on a two-dimensional plane.

 

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