Creativity Breadcrumb 41: Helvetica who?


Photo credit: Oded Ezer

Israeli designer Oded Ezer’s creations have us feeling some type of way. His latest series, Art vs. Design, is a powerful juxtaposition of figures that play with repetition and dimension, achieving a surrealist effect. They are a part of a larger exhibition by the name of Practical Particles, currently at the Holon Insitute of Technology. It “showcases typographic responses to current issues in culture and mass communication,” according to Ezer’s website. Scroll through the images above to discover his┬átake on Rembrandt, Vermeer, and other artists’ quintessential works.

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