Bath-based designer Jack Archer made this fun alphabet using the lit screens of televisions.
A project inspired by the phrase “Turn off your TV” mentioned in a lecture by adventurer Alastair Humphreys. To illustrate this idea I built a shelving unit to house 15 small televisions; creating a dot-matrix grid where individual TV’s could be turned on or off, to produce different letterforms and numbers.
Gotta love that “T”. (via quipsologies)
” for today… yes - no on the wall ” zsuzsi csiszer, 2012, ink on wall
Bronson Caves by Bruce Bischoff
Long-exposure photographs of large sheets of colored paper
“Within the characters in the line-up there’s all sorts of stuff going on. So for all those people like me who forget to take something to read on the subway, they will have something to stare at and think about. And hopefully, after they’ve stared at the poster they will look down and think about the people opposite them. And if that’s a by-product, that we think warmly of our fellow travelers, that would be nice.”
We love this video showing Sophie’s inspiration and creative process. Close ups of each of her subway characters can be seen on her blog. This Art Card and other posters are available at the Transit Museum Store.