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Something Concrete.

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Austrian artist, Anatol Knotek, has created some rather strong pieces that strive off of cryptic simplicity. An ongoing body of work titled, Concrete Poetry, Knotek’s pieces are a brilliant display of typography.

“I’mprint”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

“Bye”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

“Signs of Our Times”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

“Circle of Life”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

“Mou and Ye”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

“Selfish”. (Courtesy of Anatol Knotek.)

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