Zero Per Zero Exhibition
Whether taking inspiration from Milton Glaser's ubiquitous 'I Love New York' logo, Hokkaido's famous powder snow or Gaudí's hand in shaping Barcelona, Zero Per Zero's award-winning revitalisation of transport maps connect the stranger to the city in a much warmer and more immediate way than before. The maps will be accompanied by work created alongside the City Railway System which served as a continuation of the studio's exploration of movement within the urban environment.
Kemistry Gallery | 43 Charlotte Road | London EC2A 3PD
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