Hand-Crafted Fonts Express The Materials They’re Made Of [Pics]

Hand-Crafted Fonts Express The Materials They’re Made Of [Pics]

Artist Marion Luttenberger created a series of handmade typefaces out of physical materials like fake fur, bacon and water.

Daniela Walker
  • 10 july 2013

Austrian artist Marion Luttenberger likes to make new typefaces, but she doesn’t design them with a pen and paper or a computer, she designs then with physical materials, ranging from bacon to water, Luttenberger’s Experimental Typefaces shows that there is more to typography than Helvetica.

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