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2007

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Digital Animation, T constructivist: The New York Times Style Magazine, 2007

This is a Digital animation. It was designed by Philippe Apeloig. It is dated 2007 and we acquired it in 2013. Its medium is digital animation, 2 mn. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

Although silkscreen poster design remains a central part of Philippe Apeloig’s practice, he also constantly creates work in the field of moving graphics. This playful animation, designed for T: The New York Times Style Magazine, transforms the magazine’s “T” logo into a myriad of figures. Its soundtrack features the astonished cheers and flashbulbs associated with a celebrity’s arrival on a red carpet. Apeloig uses this digital medium to its fullest potential, deconstructing this single letter into a series of abstract shapes that are constantly reinvented.

It is credited Gift of Philippe Apeloig.

Its dimensions are

digital file

Cite this object as

Digital Animation, T constructivist: The New York Times Style Magazine, 2007; Designed by Philippe Apeloig (French, b. 1962); France; digital animation, 2 mn; digital file; Gift of Philippe Apeloig; 2013-16-6

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