Chicago designer Audra Hubbell’s latest installation, entitled Letters at Large, explores typography in an urban setting. The project has left the streets of Chicago emblazoned with massive typeface lettering. Instead of simply projecting words or phrases onto the sides of buildings, Hubbell is experimenting with single letters only. She projects a solo character onto a background that accentuates and elevates its own unique form and style. The goal of her work is to explore how large-scale letters interact with urban surroundings.

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