Writing Writing

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USD $12.00 postpaid (international air shipping included)
Designers:
Ian Lynam
Publisher:
West
Categories:
All + Publications

Writing Writing is the new 108-page catalog for the exhibition of the same name held at West in The Hague from 2020 to 2021. It features new essays and visual work by exhibitors Ian Lynam, Matthew Monk, Randy Nakamura, Chris Ro, and Gail Swanlund.

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The catalog explores notions of parataxis—the pairing of disparate imagery or sentences—to create new meaning. The perfect-bound book features a one-color cover and black and white interior pages and utilizes custom typefaces from Underware.

Part political, part poetic, and part semiotic, Writing Writing explores the work of five designers who write as well as make visual form.

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