Anamorphic Typography Plays with Architecture
As part of their final school project, design graduates Joseph Egan and Hunter Thompson created anamorphic typography installations that appear to float in mid air.
Meant to explore the “relationship between architecture and graphic design”, according to Egan, these large slogans are only legible from a certain angle.
The ‘It’s More Than Just Print’ work is especially astounding, looking like a Photoshopped image rather than something you could actually step into.
Watch a video of the installation viewed from different perspectives:
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