We just saw Deborah Sussman, she of Eamesian legend and reigning queen of environmental design. Sussman told us about her recent work for the Museum of the African Diaspora, a San Francisco institution that connects cultures through their common African origins.
Although we’re always psyched to hear about her current roster of projects, sometimes we’re much more fascinated by her enviable sense of style (see above). We were especially impressed this evening with her typographical top. Letterforms of all point sizes marched across her shirt, and when she crossed her arms, we watched to see if any words were formed.