. . .is a little 2-D. This, according to my husband, Ben, after viewing some of Owen Gildersleeve's works. I tend to agree. I've expressed my love of all things paper, and my talented mother's ability to cut and create. . . well, Mr. Glidersleeve's works are nothing short of magical in my book. And yes, much needed. Texture, and ability to intake and understand the process, if still in awe of it, does not happen enough. Nothing compares to handworks.
Here is a beautiful and apropos piece he did called The Recession for the now defunct pub ID Magazine. Genius.