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Single Stroke Architecture

Award: Graphite Pencil

Graphite Pencil / Crafts for Design / Illustration for Design / 2014

A recent study of Japanese high school students showed that they tended to have more of an interest in industries like gaming and cosmetics rather than architecture. Tokai Polytechnic College, a school for architecture, wanted to convey the discipline’s appeal for prospective students. We produced posters showing four of the world’s most famous buildings in sketches drawn by a single line, showing that a pen stroke is all that’s needed to create great architecture.

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