Quote of 1,500 Plastic Army Men (5 pics)

As part of a “Things I Have Learned in My Life” project at the School of Visual Arts Masters in Design program, Adam Katz was asked to create a typographic solution to a lesson he had learned in his own life. Instead of just illustrating a boring sign, Katz spray painted over 1,500 green plastic army men to day-glo orange and then affixed them to a window storefront in New York City.

It’s all in the details.





Adam Katz’s website
via [DesignWorkLife]



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