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Cassie Hester: Tab Installation

“How are we encouraged to interact? A tab instructs us to fold or tear. A wall of lasercut tabs begs to be manipulated. I installed this piece on the third floor of Pollack on March 8th, around 5 PM. I did not pre-fold/-tear any of the tabs, nor did I leave any instructions with the […]

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Cassie Hester: Bead Interface

“The affordances of pushing and pulling were explored in the creation of a one foot by five feet installation featuring beads strung on neon thread on a lateral grid. I relied on the tactile nature of the piece to encourage interaction. It was a success. The inhabitants of Pollack quickly began forming simple messages and […]

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Experimental Jetset: Stedlijk Museum signage system

Photos (c) 2004 by Gert-Jan van Rooij. “To underline the temporary, interim character of the location, we decided to compose the sign system entirely of so-called ‘document holders’: hard plastic, transparent A4 cases. This proved to be a very easy and practical system. We would print out the A4s ourselves, and just fill the holders […]

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Project M: Signage

“Inexpensively constructed and complimentary to the aesthetic of Greensboro, the Project M Lab signage is made of treated plywood, bolts, washers, and wing-nuts. The sign is easily customizable. The washers and wing-nuts can be arranged on the grid of bolts to articulate whatever the M’ers/inhabitants desire.” —designed by Cassie Hester, cassiehester.wordpress.com http://www.projectmlab.com/ (all content supplied […]

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Coa Design: Letcetera cards

“Is your name Althea, Quincy, Ysabel or Zeynep? Letcetera patterns are available in any letter customizing any occasion to anyone. Letcetera cards are printed with soy inks on paper made of mineral powder that is 100% degradable in nature and needs absolutely no trees or water for its production. The envelopes are 30% post-consumer waste […]

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Underline: DNDC Identity

“The Danforth Neighbourhood Dental Clinic is a friendly fixture in the Danforth community. Underline partnered with the clinic to create an identity, stationery and the clinic’s signage, plus the seasonal window displays that keep the clinic connected with local events.” Underline Studio (all content provided by Underline Studio. All rights reserved, © Underline Studio 2011)

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Troika: Zoetrope

Digital Zoetrope | Details: visual identity and installation Dimension: various | Client: onedotzero moving arts festival | 2008 Check it out on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/7548032 VISION AND CONCEPT “Troika was commissioned by onedotzero to create a custom installation and visual identity around the theme of this year’s festival ”Citystates”. Opting to create an installation and identity […]

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Troika: All the Time in the World

  Client: A British Airways Commission for Terminal 5 | Product: Walkway Installation Medium:electroluminescent displays| March, 2008| Designers: Troika photo © Alex Delfanne/Artwise Curators 2010 Troika created a 22m long electroluminescent wall that marks the entrance to the First and Concorde Galleries lounges. At the heart of this installation lies a custom-made modular text display […]

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