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Opening Night: Paul du Bois-Reymond at Unruly Gallery

Paul du Bois-Reymond takes pleasure in the minuscule, creating drawings and etchings that require the viewer to peer through a microscope to fully appreciate the works' details. But du Bois-Reymond is equally proficient in working on a large scale. Whether working on an etching or a mural, he is heavily influenced by his background in design (He is part of the design duo, Our Machine) and relishes the possibilities of twisting and stretching letters to create new forms out of typography. Du Bois-Reymond has a solo show currently on view at Unruly Gallery in Amsterdam that opened last Friday. Take a look at some of the work in the show and opening night photos courtesy of Unruly Gallery. More after the jump.

Paul du Bois-Reymond takes pleasure in the minuscule, creating drawings and etchings that require the viewer to peer through a microscope to fully appreciate the works’ details. But du Bois-Reymond is equally proficient in working on a large scale. Whether working on an etching or a mural, he is heavily influenced by his background in design (He is part of the design duo, Our Machine) and relishes the possibilities of twisting and stretching letters to create new forms out of typography. Du Bois-Reymond has a solo show currently on view at Unruly Gallery in Amsterdam that opened last Friday. Take a look at some of the work in the show and opening night photos courtesy of Unruly Gallery.

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