Main view View from across the museum. Michael C. Place on the left, Marian Bantjes on the right. Head on view

I recently completed this new anamorphic typography installation for the Chicago Design Museum, a pop-up museum set up in downtown Chicago through the month of June 2013. Anamorphic typography is a spatial experience in which an arrangement of letters look perfectly set from a single point within a space, while looking wildly distorted from any other perspective.

My installation was in amazing company, as this year’s ChiDM exhibition featured the work of Wolfgang Weingart, Marian Bantjes, John Massey, and Michael C. Place, as well as a number of amazing local designers. It is truly worth the effort to get there if you are in the Chicagoland area.

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    I read about this in the current Communication Arts Typography Annual. I love anamorphic art and think this is very well...
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