Typography over at the Russian People’s Home

Signage at the Russian Hall, 2009

Signage at the Russian People's Home

The Russian Hall, formerly the Russian People’s Home, consistently produces typography so clear, so straightforward, so capitalized it is a manifesto in itself, design or political. This what happens when you try to produce design degree zero: the more you eschew style, the more you achieve it. This is just rad.

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3 Responses to “Typography over at the Russian People’s Home”

  1. ii-ne-kore Says:

    that is great! so true.

  2. Eva Says:

    A straight line from El Lissitzky to this manifestation.

  3. Bree Says:

    Yes! Super rad!

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