"Face Reality As It Is" Type Wall Treatments

"Face Reality As It Is" Type Wall Treatments

Chicago-based designer Thomas Quinn created this illusionary, anamorphous typographic wall treatment that says exactly what it means — "Face reality as it is." It appears distorted from most angles except one, where, as shown by the photos, the statement can be read as it was intended to. Quinn made it using a projector, showing the potential to do similar projects outside typographic ones. [Thisiscolossal]

Tags: thomas-quinn, face-reality-as-it-is, installations, interiors
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