New Project: Typographic Videos for the 2015 Liturgical Music Festival

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The Liturgical Music Festival in Jerusalem is an annual, colourful event that focuses on the liturgical traditions of the Jewish people from all parts of the world.     For this year’s festival, typographer and graphic artist Oded Ezer has created typographic video clips, inspired by natural and organic forms. The…

New Project: (Breaking) The Crystal Goblet

“Breaking the Crystal Goblet”, animated gif by Oded Ezer

(Breaking) The Crystal Goblet is a looped animated-gif by Oded Ezer, re-thinking Beatrice Warde’s famous essay, The Crystal Goblet. The essay was first delivered as a speech, called “Printing Should Be Invisible,” given to the British Typographers’ Guild at the St Bride Institute in London, on October 7, 1930. “The essay is notable historically as a call…

Oded Ezer to reveal four new typographic works in solo exhibition

Detail (letter R) from “We Are Family”, a typographic installation by Oded Ezer

Tel Aviv based graphic artist and typographer Oded Ezer will reveal four new works in his upcoming solo exhibition, ‘Practical Particles’ (Dec. 30 — Jan 28, 2015).     Practical Particles will premiere at Vitrina Gallery of the Holon Institute of Technology, from December 30. The four works – described by the…

New Project: Videos for Memory Palace exhibition at the V&A Museum

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Interpreting a series of the protagonist’s misremembered definitions, Oded Ezer will be presenting eight short typographic videos in Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace at the Victoria and Albert Museum, a multi-dimensional exhibition, in which 20 leading graphic designers, typographers and illustrators bring alive Hari Kunzru’s work of fiction.     Kunzru’s story is set in…

New Project: “Scribble Pegasus” on Poetry Magazine’s Cover

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Founded in Chicago by Harriet Monroe in 1912, Poetry is the oldest monthly devoted to verse in the English-speaking world. The magazine established its reputation early by publishing the first important poems of T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Marianne Moore, Wallace Stevens, H.D., William Carlos Williams, Carl Sandburg, and other…

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