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    Interactive exhibition "Talking urban space. Graphic design and typography in Tallinn urban space"

    The interactive exhibition is best experienced as a combination of the web-based map application tallinn.design as well as as walking around in the city. The aim of the project is to zoom into the graphic design layers existing in the daily urban space of Tallinn. For the exhibition, the professionals have gathered 23 examples with short introductory texts and modern as well as historic photos. This is an attempt to highlight and give floor to the layers of the urban space that due to their natural nature are almost invisible, but still speak volumes, mostly accurately functioning and message delivering,
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