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24 April 2009 @ 12:05 am

Initial design research for a public art project. The idea is to use the language of revolution to subvert public images-- so mass quantities of stickers with words such as "hegemony" and "heteronormative" (and so on) would be distributed freely to the public, who could then use them as response tools to the barrage of problematic images we are all faced with as members of an urban environment.

I find that both modern and retro fonts have a strong conceptual connotation to my message... but which font(s) are best? I am currently leaning towards modern fonts for pure ease of reading... but I am willing to entertain some retro fonts, too.
?excusemesenator on April 24th, 2009 06:06 pm (UTC)