The California Design Biennial, which opened Saturday night, is one of the only design shows that gives graphics a fair shake. In this case, the curators even grouped all of it into one big room for primo exposure. Motion even gets animated, as you can see on the monitors above. Also check out the objects and the party.
The work of Geoff McFetridge occupied a full one-third of the graphics section and rightfully so.
Adobe wall by AdamsMorioka.
How happy were we to see the fabulous ReadyMade book by Volume on the wall, as well as the Everything is OK project by Mine.
Stefan Bucher is ready for his close up, standing in front of his book for the director Tarsem.
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