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The Thing Quarterly issue 32: “The No-Thing”

Contributed by Nick Sherman on Dec 17th, 2016. Artwork published in .
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    The Thing Quarterly is a publication run by artists where each issue is an object conceived by different contributors. Issue 32 of the publication is “The No-Thing”, a typographic poncho designed by Experimental Jetset.

    From the product descrition:

    It’s an all-purpose, wearable protest blanket, which says NO or ON depending on how you want to spin your current emotional or political state of being.

    The design follows stylistcally with other Experimental Jetsets projects that use black-and-white, all-caps Franklin Gothic, like the design for the Pioneers of Change festival.

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