This collection of Richard Tippings street signs relate to the city landscape, advertising and the urban environment.
The artist Richard Tipping is known as a ‘visual poet’, he describes his work as ‘concrete poetry’, or poetry which appreciates words and even letters for the way they look, their aesthetic appeal as art objects. This is a unique commentary on Australian signage and public space. These manipulated road signs are a continuing theme in Tipping’s visual punning and urban commentary....
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