Flip side: Connected LED prisms and celebrating London signage

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Written on 29/01/2016 | Posted 1 year 10 months 18 days ago

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While researching each week for the vital news and opinion that we deliver to your inbox and Twitter feeds each day, we tend to stumble across both brilliant and strange uses of print and visual communication. From stepping into a Dali painting to 'fossilised' additive manufacturing, here are the best of our wonderful discoveries this week for you to peruse at your leisure.

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Monday January 25th: Mind the gap

A new exhibition is launching to celebrate the typeface behind Transport for London's iconic branding:

Posted by Output Magazine on Monday, 25 January 2016

Tuesday January 26th: Surreal VR

Ever wanted to know what it was like to be in a Dali painting? A new exhibition allows you to step inside his works with VR:

Posted by Output Magazine on Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Wednesday January 27th: Printed power

The power of print is undeniable! Take a look at these creative ad campaigns that prove that it's not all about DOOH:

Posted by Output Magazine on Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Thursday January 28th: Fossil manufacturing

Could this be a new wave for building printing? These architects have turned additive manufacturing on its head by creating 'fossilised' structures that challenge the limits of printing with concrete:

Posted by Output Magazine on Thursday, 28 January 2016

Friday January 29th: Prismatic

This art installation is inspired by Trivision billboards: It consistins of 66 moving prisms that are all lit up by LEDs and react to local weather data:

Posted by Output Magazine on Friday, 29 January 2016
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