Last week Timeless, Massimo Vignelli opened at the Disseny Hub as part of Barcelona Design Week to coincide with the first anniversary of Italian designer’s death. Created by Spanish studio Husmee, the show consists of 53 posters developed by some of the best studios and designers in the world including; Milton Glaser, Build, Graphical House, Javier Mariscal, Magpie and many others.
The posters are as sleek as the man they commemorate and the project is a thoughtful tribute to one of the most influential figures in contemporary design. Alongside the posters, the exhibition will also display original work from Massimo from his private archive.
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