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Repurposing the sad, comical, and seemingly trivial minutiae of everyday life into pie charts, flow charts, and other forms of visual data sorting, New York-based artist Andrew Kuo transforms the idlest of days into a witty analysis in color and pattern. What Me Worry adopts Mad magazine's slogan to gently poke fun at the artist's compulsive record-keeping, and compiles a range of charts, colorful sculptures, figurative paintings, diary musings, a series of recipes, and an essay by New Yorker music critic Kelefa Sanneh.
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Hardcover. 208 pages.
W 10” H 12”
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