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The Anatomy of Language.

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Sculptor Andreas Scheiger is well versed in the anatomy of language. The Austrian artist dissects language down to its very inner structure; laying bare its mechanics for all to see.

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

Scheiger’s Evolution of Type series possesses both an antiquated creepiness and playful accuracy. Frankly, it’s almost intimidating. The effort he puts behind his work and its concept is extraordinary.

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

Evolution of Type, Exhibit 10. (Courtesy of Andreas Scheiger.)

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