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jeff hamada

this is great - i remember seeing something similar a year or so ago, outdoor, big lines painted on buildings. anyone else recall this?

Khamis

I like and dislike this at the same time. Strange!!

Alex

Hasn't this type of project been executed by David Carson (and so many others) before?

Sebastian

the idea is not new, so i wonder why this project won several international design awards... check out

www.varini.org

i think felice varini is the real master of these amazing three dimensional paintings. he is doing this since 1979!

ed

an identificational sign that can be only seen from one position in the space, and not from a vehicle either, form over function me thinks!

Stephanie

It may not be the most effective if it can only be seen from one vantage point, but it's still very visually striking...even if it has been done before. It made me say wow.

andrew

If you are in the right position you don't need the sign, if you are in the wrong position you can't read it. How is this good design? Am I supposed to stumble aimlessly around the garage until the instructions jump out at me? I'm with ed on htis one, art but not signage.

Kjukamber

I agree also.

This is art but not signage.
The problem is that is someone eleses art.
I really love the art of Varini.

danielle

trompe l'oeil parking structure signs . . love it.

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