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  • Heather Lindsy Donahue

    Eric Elms "No Way Out!" Exhibition Paris 2011

  • Katya Fatekhova

    The eclectic combination of many different text types and vibrant colours appeals to teenagers and young adults in their 20s. It is uncertain what the signs are advertising or promoting, as they look more like an art piece. Nevertheless, the variety of fonts and irregular kerning catches the attention of young people reading short and inspiring quotes. It seems a bit too much all over the place, yet it is immensely eye catching due to its hectic style.

  • Ricardo Pontual

    No Way Out! by Eric Elms #design #art #sofarsogood #allforyou #lifegoeson #light #wall #iwant #nowayout #ericelms

  • Cale Kris

    signage#hotel interior design|

  • Adelia Lim

    fun blockish typography

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