Labels designed by David Genco, Ellen Lupton, and Touch Graphics; Produced by Touch Graphics

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1603, Dimensional UV Printing

A full-color layer of visible ink has been printed over white braille dots and raised-line tactile symbols. The visible layer and the tactile layer co-exist for all users. Touch Graphics worked with Cooper Hewitt to develop accessible labels for this exhibition.

Labels designed by David Genco, Ellen Lupton, and Touch Graphics;Produced by Touch Graphics

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