Sculpture made from sentences in Annie Vought’s works of typography

Sculpture made from sentences in Annie Vought’s works of typography

The power of perfectly kerned type meets the versatility of paper Annie Vought latest work.

The Oakland-based artist turns letters into physical objects by cutting, mixing and matching sentences. From chaotic, jumbled letters to perfectly organized phrases, Vought’s work is 41″ x 53″ of cut paper sculpture, meant to provoke feelings from the viewer rather than send a message.

Check out the sculpture below, and find more of her work on Instagram and Jack Fischer Gallery.

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