Illustrator Mike Perry  prides himself on his DIY ethos; Hand Job  is his cheekily-named book that's a collection of hand-drawn type. For Perry's new show Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind , which opens Friday at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design , he took his handmade aesthetic one step further, creating a behind-the-scenes blog  documenting the prep work. True to the exhibition's name, Perry's process photos are every bit as visually-intriguing as we expect the show to be.
Creating cards using a Gocco printer.
A 3-D ladder to somewhere--or nowhere.
Perry brought his hand-drawn character to the gallery site plan.
And as you can see from the center of the sketch, he's even managed to build an entire house.
[Lost in the Discovery ]