When searching for the best graphic design around, a visit to the Project Projects website is rarely a fruitless one. One of the most recent works to be uploaded is this tremendous catalogue for the Anne Tyng retrospective at the Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia and Graham Foundation in Chicago.
Described as a “visionary architect, theorist, and pioneer of habitable space-frame architecture” the exhibition featured room-size models of her geometric designs and the Project Projects team have produced a 112-page piece that early brings her work to life. It has a wonderful pace to it, exploding into full-blleed images at certain points and combines the studio’s characteristic clarity with understated style.
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