no sense of Björk in these pictures
but they are from her website?
i think that first image, with the words JUMP°CUT are in the copyright Björk font
I remember seeing that for Vespertine and Greatest Hits
WITH their collagelike mix of photography, intricate illustration and hand-drawn typeface, the French graphic design duo Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak, better known as M/M (Paris), have become a seminal force in contemporary culture. Included on their CV: the revamp of French Vogue and Arena Homme Plus (where they serve as creative directors); iconic ad campaigns for Balenciaga (left) and Stella McCartney; and collaborations with Bjork, Madonna and the artists Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno.
For their first solo museum show in the United States, opening this week at the Drawing Center, they focus on the essence of it all: their drawing technique. Forty-one wood-and-metal stools have been painted with one of their hand-drawn fonts; when arranged properly, the stools spell out “Just Like an Ant Walking On the Edge of the Visible.” It is M/M’s formula for drawing, taught to them by an old art school professor.
“He said in order to do a good drawing, it’s important to think of yourself as an ant that will go all around the object,” Mr. Augustyniak said. “There are moments you remember because they make extreme sense.” That memorable class will also be the model for one they will teach at the center. “There is space dedicated to experiment,” he said. “The parameters are set, but within maybe some playtime will happen.”
“M/M (Paris): Just Like an Ant Walking On the Edge of the Visible” opens Nov. 21 at the Drawing Center, 35 Wooster Street; drawingcenter.org. The drawing class, which is open to the public, will be at 5 p.m. on Nov. 22.