All The Museums Fit To Print: Artist Reduces Iconic Architecture Into Icons

Art, Design, International
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
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(Courtesy Yoni Alter)

That’s not a line graph, its the Pompidou Center. Graphic designer Yoni Alter has stripped down a number of iconic museum exteriors to their core ingredients. The silhouettes are then swathed in a Miami-vice color scheme for a further dose of abstraction. Despite the neon paint-job, the scales are all accurate, with the Tate Modern and Guggenheim Bilbao looming largest. Signed copies of the print are available for $50 before shipping.

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