Layne  TB

graphic designer | uic mdes ‘22 

Layne TB

graphic designer
sometimes printmaker
also educator & coder

associate designer at the
Art Institute of Chicago

open for freelance 


János Megyik: Photograms

exhibition graphics and identity
Art Institute of Chicago
Aiming for a “sober” identity, I used a slightly tracked in typesetting of a house typeface to better mimic the overlapping and tight forms within the work.

About the show:
For six decades, János Megyik (Hungarian, born 1938) has been making poetic investigations of fractal geometry and perspectival systems, motivated by questions of point, line, plane, volume, and all that lies between and beyond their innumerable intersections. In 1983, following a decade or so spent building constructions from larch wood, the artist started experimenting with the cameraless technique known as the photogram. The first US museum exhibition of the artist’s work, János Megyik Photograms includes 12 large-scale photograms and one wall construction, his sculpture Corpus.