Brooklyn-based artist/designer Scott Albrecht continues his exploration of woodworking and hand-drawn typography in a new solo exhibition opening Saturday, June 25, at Philadelphia's TrickGo gallery. I have two of Scotty's pieces in my home and they bring me great joy on a daily basis. From TrickGo:
In ALONG THE WAY, Albrecht focused on capturing specific moments from his life, especially memories of events in which he found inspiration and discovery. These moments are represented thematically throughout the exhibition and specifically documented in a series of four works called Moments in Time. Expanding upon his signature typographic aesthetic, Albrecht explores abstract interpretations of typography in his Moments in Time series. In each of the four works, the artist integrates a set of eight numbers which represent a significant date (mm/dd/yyyy), dissects the numerical letterforms into a system of painted wooden geometric shapes, and embeds hidden codes into the resulting puzzle-like pattern.
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That was fast! pic.twitter.com/wZ1Bpf8VBh — Charles Finch (@CharlesFinch) February 16, 2019 Someone took the awesome last words of Mars Opportunity and got a tattoo of Mars Curiosity. Twitter was not kind. Keep it clean and out of the sun!
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