Fiona Ross's One Line Labyrinth 

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Fiona Ross draws one line. Just one. And it'll cover pages. It'll cover walls. Ross's complex forms look like cloud formations or colonies of subterranean things, but she never sets out with that intention. At first, it's just her and her pens and that one line, creating a labyrinth that sometimes includes birds and people, and into which she disappears, sometimes for weeks.

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