Ann Arbor's Ghostly International is more than just a music label, it's a brand that embraces creative innovation on multiple fronts. And now, it's branching into art and design.
Viewed from one vantage, straight on, the posters produce a peculiar optical effect that looks like the triangles are drawn in with pencil on the page, creating the dips and shadows with shading alone. But viewed from the side, the design reveals that the individual pieces are in fact cut out, hand-folded, assembled, and glued on the paper according to a pencil-drawn pattern on the page, which provides a lightly marked blueprint for a pattern that boutique label Ghostly International, which is collaborating with Shlian on these limited-edition prints, describes as "at once unfinished and complete."
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