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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 10, 2013 01:09 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 09, 2013

I've always been intrigued by the blue "Mod" book cover design from a 1970 re-issue of the 1939 An Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy. The letter forms that make up "Frank Lloyd Wright" are written in right-angle lines—but I always felt the design missed the mark by not creating a perfect square out of the forms. So, I decided to remix the idea, clean up some of the parts, and made a perfect square...




 

 

FLLW linesI've always been intrigued by the blue "Mod" book cover design from a 1970 re-issue of the 1939 An Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy. The letter forms that make up "Frank Lloyd Wright" are written in right-angle lines—but I always felt the design missed the mark by not creating a perfect square out of the forms. So, I decided to remix the idea, clean up some of the parts, and made a perfect square iteration. Of course the next step was to obviously make it cherokee red. Now that feels (W)right!

Left image via steinerag.com/Right image copyright PrairieMod


 

 

 
 
 

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