Shawn HibmaCronan: Design in Three (or More) Dimensions
Surprise! You’re browsing the shops in Terminal 2 at SFO, San Francisco International Airport, with a half-hour to kill before your flight boards. In a bookshop window you come upon a printing press, no, a semi-abstract sculpture of a printing press that also looks a bit like an old-fashioned school desk. A sign printed on Arches paper in beautiful Trajan-style lettering reads: T Y P E GIVES BODY AND VOICE TO SILENT THOUGHT. THE SPEAKING PAGE CARRIES IT THROUGH THE CENTURIES.