It's interesting to observe the building blocks of art, whether it's Monet's impressionistic brushstrokes, Seurat's pointillism, or Pollock's random ass bullsh*t. What, you can't drink a 30 and hurl a bucket of paint? Building art a little differently, Eakdesign.
From a St. Louis-based artiste with a penchant for playing with typography and images, Eak turns out intricate posters that're greater than the sum of their parts, kind of like a basketball team (unless you're talking about the Cavs, as they can't posterize anyone anymore). Type-based action includes three-letter city abbreviations constructed from phrases related to said metropolis (CHI = Italian beef, Jewel-Osco, Smashing Pumpkins, etc.), a convention they're also using on the animal kingdom in designs like a dog outline containing words like "beg", "lick", and "bone", a process you're pretty familiar with yourself, you dog. Those who dislike whole words will find single-letter posters -- avail as stand-alones or strung together to spell something -- comprised of dozens of clip-art-style images of things that begin with said letter, e.g., "A" includes an armadillo, an ampersand, and America, even though its students can't get them anymore.
For the more culinary inclined, there's a cutting board covered with actions one might take whilst breaking down food, from slice, to chop, to hack, which no one seems willing to admit is exactly what Pollock was, too.