At first glance, Derek Miller’s art appears fun and unique (it’s made with things like toy cars, after all). But take a closer look and you’ll see all the painstaking time and detail that goes into each piece. We wanted to know more about this unusual art, and the man behind it.
In the ’60s and ’70s, The Process Church preached the union of Christ and Satan, seducing wayward, occult-inclined hippies into a community that was at once terrifying and inspiring. Timothy Wyllie, then a young architecture student at London’s Regent Street Polytechnic, was one of them. A writer and former art director of The Process magazine,(…)