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Friday 26 October 2018 — Saturday 10 November 2018

Interfinity Mark by Radim Peško

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The “Interfinity Mark”, is a typographical symbol created and designed by Radim Peško In a typographic sense, this can be described as an interrogative punctuation mark formed by “superimposing a vertical infinity mark (∞) with a question mark (?)”.

Radim Peško explain: “Interfinity allows opposites to coexist. An interfinity question is a question that has both an infinite number of answers and no answer at all. It could be said that an interfinity question is always more interesting than its response; and, conversely, that the response to an interfinity question is always more interesting that the question itself.”

Radim Peško

Radim Peško is a designer based in London. His work focuses on typography, type and editorial design as well as occasional exhibition or publishing projects. He is visiting lecturer at Royal College of Art in London and ÉCAL in Lausanne.

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