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Brody Neuenschwander’s two dimensional work is cool, but it’s in the same vain as Laura Wait’s – something you might find on a psychiatrist’s or dentist’s wall.  It incorporates text you can’t really read set against a background that is usually neutral and might match with anything.  He has a few examples not so boring but not many.  But I guess there has to be a market for this type of work.  What does impress is his installation work.  The giant signature looking letters set up on stakes in the grass – kind of like a miniature Hollywood sign – is quite nice.  His typography is very smooth and flowing.


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