As a tribute to the artist Victor Vasarely, this is an interpretation of his famous “alphabet”.
In the original work (1965), the artist created an infinite modular alphabet, thanks to a system of combinations of forms. A universal language was born.
Three colors, three kinds of shapes in specific places are enough to allow endless possibilities.
But a language evolves, or simply changes over time. The studio tried to imagine the shape this plastic alphabet might have later on after the effects of time.
Perhaps we would have trouble containing the forms in their delimited spaces? Maybe they would have trouble keeping their original appearance? Would the famous “plastic unit” be transformed or even multiplied?
Limited edition screenprint (50 copies).