Ebon Heath is a Brooklyn-based artist/graphic designer with a love of typography and an interest in giving a dynamic, three-dimensional and physical representation to all the “visual noise” that permeates everyday city life. His work is very much influenced by hip hop. Both lyrically and rhythmically. He sees the work as a way to “cleanse or release content contained inside us.”
His work honors *craft* in a heavily digital world. I love the statement he is making. And what a gorgeous statement it is.
Read the article on Yatzer to learn more.
This place is insanely awesome. Who wouldn’t want to live in an awesome clock tower penthouse with that view of Brooklyn. If you want it the price is only a cool $25 mill. I wonder if that clock is loud?
Oh my! The view…the staircase…the clock