Ecriture Infinite Remembers The Beauty Of Handwriting

Ecriture Infinite Remembers The Beauty Of Handwriting
technology

Artist Bili Bodjocka collects handwriting from around the world as to remember it in the face of its declining use.

Dylan Schenker
  • 22 september 2011

The ubiquity of personal computing devices has turned typing into the dominant method of communication. One of the byproducts of this phenomenon is that we lose one of our signature marks that identifies us as individuals – handwriting. Typing onto a keyboard has the same output regardless of who you are.

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