This is about an exhibition which opens later this year. There’s not much available information yet, so that’s not why I mention it. No, instead, the reason is purely aesthetical. This, the project website, is one example of fabulous design. First, the photo. No pink fluff, but plain concrete. Rather scruffy, but magnificent. Second, the font. ‘It’s cool’, I thought. I then realized it contains elements of the familiar waldorf/anthro font. But it’s been tweaked in a wonderful way. Or perhaps it’s not a tweak but a question of subtle inspiration and, basically, a new and different font. (Please, if it’s a standard font from Microsoft, be kind enough not to tell me ;-) I don’t know if I could survive such a blow. I want to imagine this is a brand new anthro font.) Whatever the case, and I think it is the latter, it’s simply cool. Very clean and neat. I had to take a screenshot. The addition of a black border, on the picture above, is mine — to emphasize how clean, white the webpage is; this wouldn’t be visible here otherwise, since my background is white too. Of course, you should go and look at the website. But I thought perhaps you wouldn’t realize you had to unless I really showed you how pretty it is. Unfortunately, for us text freaks, there’s not much text yet. Maybe there will be. And more photos, please, more photos!