San Francisco-based printer and typographer Jack Stauffacher new exhibit at LACMA explores the possibilities in the presentation of text.
From LACMA's website:
For over seventy years, San Francisco printer Jack Stauffacher has produced books and prints that challenge the hidebound conventions of typography. His work explores the aesthetic potential of the printer's tools--letterforms, printing inks, and the press--to create kinetic compositions that activate the entire space of the page.
The exhibition runs through July 21. Check the website for more information.
The Hammer is closed on Wednesdays.