The fusion between typography and body language in kinetic typographic mobiles. The liberation of type from the two dimensional page to dance a duet with its author. This project has evolved from extensive research and conceptual development
to its present incarnation of exhibits, and a soon to be released retail collection. To see more work go to: listeningwithmyeyes.com/stereotype
Ebon Heath lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He founded (((stereotype))) in 1993, a design studio focused on music packaging, magazine layout, advertising design, and fashion. He then co-founded Cell Out in 2003, a consultancy that develops issue-based media strategies for non-profits and brands. He is a adjunct professor in graphic design at Lehman College in the Bronx, New York. Ebon threw out his cell phone and TV almost a decade ago, and he hasn’t looked back.