A citizens’ council in Görlitz, a town in Eastern Saxony, gave me an unused advertising column, which I converted into a type puzzle. People who are passing by can sort letters according to colors and numbers, which in turn result in certain words. The customized font is an extended, outlined & super black version of the neo-gothic Wallau Schrift, a typeface designed by Rudolf Koch in 1930.
Project that questions Europe’s resurfacing fears of multiculturalism. Inspired by the 25th anniversary of the Olympic Games.
I drove by car from Bosnia & Herzegovina to Kärsämäki, a sleepy little town in central Finland, to open my own fashion store and sell clothes to no one.
Project that questions Europe’s resurfacing fears of multiculturalism.