Fulton Books author T. J. J. Faust, a retired scientist who lives with his wife in his longtime home in New Hampshire, has completed his most recent book "Road Art: A Different View of Back Roads": a captivating work that introduces readers to another dimension that brings to life the unnoticed parts of roads.
Author T. J. J. Faust discusses his work, sharing, "Road Art is a trip. It is a journey to a familiar place that we all use and yet to a part hidden from most. The vehicles for this trip are our eyes, an evocative imagination and some previous work done by artists who didn't realize what they are doing: The local town and state public works departments."
He continues, "Every year roads are torn up due to usage, the elements (frost, ice, water running off, ect.) or other forms of damage, and have to be repaired. Sometimes the entire road gets gutted and the 4-6 layers are replaced, sometimes milling machines are used to remove the surface and then a new layer of pavement is put down and other times just the cracks are filled with tar which delays larger potholes from forming."
Faust highlights those tar-filled cracks and takes readers on a visual odyssey, making unwitting artists out of the people who maintain roads.
Published by Fulton Books, T. J. J. Faust's book invites readers to discover the hidden world of beautiful roads and enjoy the accompanying facts, quotes, and compositions in this book.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase "Road Art: A Different View of Back Roads" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: T. J. J. Faust's New Book 'Road Art: A Different View of Back Roads' Is a unique photography book that highlights art in unexpected places