Say what you will about the album and his various on-stage rants, but Kanye West's Yeezus Tour was a production unlike any we've ever seen before. If you haven't already, check out the photos that Tommy Ton took from the front row to get a sense of just how epic it all was. INTERIORS Journal put in work crafting this profile that shares a brief history of Kanye's design work as well as an in-depth look at the stage design and how it was utilized for the shows. The article discusses the large features of the show including the mountain and catwalks but also talks LED displays, shipping issues, and elevation angles, things that most of us never consider. 

Architectural diagrams created by INTERIOR pepper the article and provide awesome visuals for the detailed descriptions. Even if you are too lazy to read the full article, you should click through for these because they're awesome. 

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[via ArchDaily]