Tapeography Renders the Alphabet Using Old Cassettes

Turkish designer Ersinhan Ersin recently presented to the typography community an alphabet made from cassette tapes. He cleverly calls the project Tapeography. Perhaps it’s innate, the desire of artists to create alphabets from objects. They have been made of stones, human bodies, and even tire tracks. Or could it be the popularity of alphabet soup? […]

Turkish designer Ersinhan Ersin recently presented to the typography community an alphabet made from cassette tapes. He cleverly calls the project Tapeography.

Perhaps it’s innate, the desire of artists to create alphabets from objects. They have been made of stones, human bodies, and even tire tracks. Or could it be the popularity of alphabet soup?

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