Tuesday, January 19, 2010


I’m sooo excited about this.

On display at the Rubin Museum are images from Swiss psychologist, C.G. Jung’s, 205-page Red Book. It was published in 2009, but it was written and illustrated between 1914 and 1930. It contains Jung’s theories on collective unconscious, and other areas
of psychology.

To better convey his ideas, he created GORGEOUS, brightly-colored, geometric illustrations, that are now being shown for the first time to a public audience. By the way, I’m CRAZY (no pun intended) over that middle image.

Catch it while you can…the show ends on February 15, 2010.

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