Renowned Architect Frank Gehry Creates A Boring Ass Poster For The Grammy Awards (Seriously, Frank?)

by • December 13, 2011 • Architecture, Graphic DesignComments (0)1402

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The Recording Academy commissioned renowned architect Frank Gehry to design the poster for the 54th annual Grammy Awards, and this (yaaaaaaaaaawwwwwn) is what he came up with.  Yup, Frank’s gettin’ old.  This poster’s about as exciting as seeing Aretha Franklin chow down on a box of twinkies in bed as she picks the crumbs out of her coochie during an epidode of Wheel Of Fortune.  Frank’s created some of the most important and progressive architecture of the last 50 years, but when it comes to graphic design, he’s Frankly a bore.  Almost as boring as the Grammy’s themselves.

Source: Design Boom (all images courtesy of Design Boom)
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