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Poster, HorseMoveProjectSpace Presents: Frank Ammerlaan and Michael Agacki, 2008

This is a Poster. It was designed by Michiel Schuurman. It is dated 2008 and we acquired it in 2008. Its medium is offset lithograph on white wove paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

In this series of posters, waves of linear distress engulf core typographic forms. Schuurman uses software tools in an unexpected way to produce an optical overload. The letterforms have no clear center point, dissolving both inward and outward to congest the field of vision.

This object was donated by Michiel Schuurman. It is credited Gift of Michiel Schuurman.

Its dimensions are

118 × 73.3 cm (46 7/16 × 28 7/8 in.)

Cite this object as

Poster, HorseMoveProjectSpace Presents: Frank Ammerlaan and Michael Agacki, 2008; Designed by Michiel Schuurman ((Dutch, b. 1974)); offset lithograph on white wove paper; 118 × 73.3 cm (46 7/16 × 28 7/8 in.); Gift of Michiel Schuurman; 2008-22-4

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition How Posters Work.

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