Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Artists Joseph Egan and Hunter Thomson, both twenty years of age, literally stretched the limits on the use of typography. It all began with the students' collaborative final for one of their classes at Chelsea College of Art & Design. The result? Anamorphic Typography. Sparked from an interest in exploring the relationship between architecture and graphic design, these large scale typographic structures only become legible when viewed from a specific point of view. All these installations were done in Chelsea College of Art & Design buildings.

personally, I think these installations are the BOMB DIGGITY.

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