24.04.2015 carla duschka
Our friend, Willy Duschka, diehard ecologist, enthusiastic cyclist and jazz aficionado, shares his latest hobby – photographing old, abandoned shops in Vienna. His work goes very well with our studio's research over the last few years! All photographs were taken in 2014. Danke, Willy und Servus!

Wherever you are, if you look around and see old objects, public space lettering, old signs or advertisements - anything that involves a type and image composition predating the 1990s (or even older), do not hesitate to photograph them and send them to us. Our intention is to draw as full a picture as possible of old utilitarian graphics, made using other technological means than the ones accessible nowadays.

All images © Willy Duschka

carla duschkaattended the graphic arts department at the University of Arts Bucharest and studied book design at the Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin. She works as a graphic designer at Atelierul de grafica Bucharest and is assistant lecturer at theUniversity of Arts. CD is co-founder of the GF project.
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