As part of a self-initiated brief for a foundation project at the Chelsea College of Art & Design, Joseph Egan combines graphic design and architecture to form Anamorphic Typography. It’s an installation that explores and challenges graphic design in a non-traditional 2D application. Here the viewer experiences typography, design, art and architecture combined.
French artist Felice Varini has been experimenting with anamorphosis since the early eighties with her architectural installations. Egan’s experiments are an excellent example of how designers can take its queues from fine art to provide thought provoking application of design and new opportunities for problem solving.
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Photos from artist’s site.