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“Things I have learned in my life” Project by Adam Katz

This is great.

Adam Katz is a Syracuse Grad and cur­rent MFA Candidate in SVA’s Designer as Author pro­gram. For Stefan Sagmeister’s “Things I Have Learned in My Life” project, he came up with some­thing I think all design­ers can relate to: “All of my good ideas are bat­tles.” For the instal­la­tion, Adam spray painted 1500 plas­tic army men and applied them to a glass window—great con­cept and execution. ”

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One Response to “Things I have learned in my life” Project by Adam Katz

  1. Thanks for posting guys it was an awesome project glad to see it get some exposure.

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