SMALLWHISKY HOUSE just likes the whole idea of huge un-ignorable conversation pieces. To give us a laugh. To puzzle and mildly infuriate us. To help us risk a little curiosity about others’ perspectives. All in service of challenging our ideas of what’s possible in the world.
That’s why we’re excited to bring you our Large-Format Disinformation Graphics Series.
Bry O’Shaughnessy’s The Authoritative Periodic Table of the Elephants documents all known elephants living, dead, and otherwise imaginable.
Hell, emended 21c.
is Nog O’Shaughnessy’s
faithful re-creation of William Blake’s 1834 diagram of sins, famously adapted a century later as the design template for the London Tube map.
Later this year, look for Yeats’s Vision & Destiny Sorter-Outer and Northrop Frye’s Potato Chip of Literature.
One of the chief causes that can be assigned for the curiously commonplace character of most of the literature of our age is undoubtedly the decline of Lying as an art, a science, and a social pleasure. The ancient historians gave us delightful fiction in the form of fact; the modern novelest presents us with dull facts under the guise of fiction.
— Oscar Wilde, The Decay of Lying
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