A wall of bananas for Deitch Projects
To mark a new Sagmeister & Walsh exhibition at New York's Deitch Projects gallery, the studio created a typographic installation made of fruit
A new Sagmeister & Walsh exhibition at Deitch Projects in New York featured a wall of 10,000 bananas. Green bananas created a pattern against a background of yellow bananas spelling out the sentiment: Self-confidence produces fine results.
After a number of days, the green bananas turned yellow too and the type disappeared.
When the yellow background bananas turned brown, the type (and the self-confidence) appeared again, only to go away when all bananas turned brown.
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