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

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

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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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