Pretty cool example of anamorphic typography. Although a pretty simple process, its finding the right location that makes it work so well…and, I think these guys succeeded. Love the way it grabs you unexpectedly. Created by 2 college students, Joseph Egan and Hunter Thomson, from the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, UK. Installation is at the college. The first half of the clip is definitely worth the watch. I tell you, there’s genius in creativity.
September 6, 2011
I’ve always been interested in art for as far back as I can remember. I took my cue from all the children’s books I read. The interplay of words and images on a page had always intrigued me, and not long after that, pop-up books became a big part of my library as well. I would spend countless hours pouring over them and wondering, “How did they do that?” So, you might say that my creative path was set long before I even realized it. Professionally, I started right out of high school knocking on doors and putting myself through school. From there I just kept on growing and learning. What might distinguish me from other talented and accomplished creative artists is not so much the art itself—it‘s the heart. Could I imagine doing anything else? Teaching others what I have learned over the years has always been an interest, but I can tell you this—I absolutely love what I do! And, during all of this I have become a mother, knitter, crafts person, a student (again and again), kid’s sports fan, girl scout volunteer, lover of the outdoors, and mistress of a good book. View all posts by bmdcreative
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