Every day for 100 days, Jessica Svendsen redesigned a canonical Josef Müller-Brockmann poster according to four criteria: line, circle, movement, and sound. Part of the 100 Days Workshop with Michael Bierut at the Yale School of Art.
This interlinking image comes together in the middle to form an either outward facing or inward facing cube. I like this because of the uncertainty of the which way the cube is facing and the choice of plain colours.
Geometric tile, looks like knit stitches. This is one of our larger specialty shapes that we call Picket. It can be set in this braid-like pattern (which we love), as well as vertically and horizontally. Where would you install this shape?