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Crucifix in Parque Benito Juárez, San MIguel de Allende, Mexico

This wonderful crucifix stands in the Parque Benito Juárez, San MIguel de Allende, Mexico. What is best about it are the inscriptions — a typeface created with welded letters made out of steel rods and floated off the surface a couple of centimeters, creating intricate shadows against the colored surfaces. I would love to do this on the next fancy auditorium we have to name in New York, although I don’t know what we would do about the sun.

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