Painterly Font Created Using Scotch Tape [Pics]

Painterly Font Created Using Scotch Tape [Pics]

Design studio Sawdust created Flow using acrylic and adhesive.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 10 december 2013

Rob Gonzalez and Jonathan Quainton of design studio Sawdust used Scotch tape and acrylic paint to create a typeface called Flow, a kind of 3D typography that takes the folds and shadows of the Scotch tape to its advantage.

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