Experimental Typography

 
Experimental Organic Typographic compositions combined with digital type and post processing.
Physical elements scanned and arranged "live" with no digital manipulation. 
"NUTRIT" (Nurtured from Latin) are leafs I picked from my backyard and symbolize growth and nurture. "Destruit" (Destroyed form Latin" consist of various elements scanned as they were, in a final arrangement on top of a scanner, including a rosary, burnt matches, and a lock.
Physical elements scanned and arranged "live" with no digital manipulation. 
"NUTRIT" (Nurtured from Latin) is a scanned arrangement of cigarettes "Destruit" (Destroyed form Latin" consist of four scanned blocks of the same matchbox, with an ink wash at the bottom. The challenge to create type out of this word was the difficulty burning and arranging together burned matchsticks onto the unburned matchbox. No digital manipulation was used.
School project where we were instructed to pick a Latin word and visualize it with type in order to convey the emotional and figurative meaning of that word. I have used an eyeliner and prismacolor pencils for the main word (Odium - Hate from Latin), and masking tape for the subtext explaining the word's meaning from the dictionary. I have burned the pronunciation with a lighter and used indian ink with a quill to write the definition, on top of the masking tape.
Post processed for contrast and color treatment in Photoshop.
School project where we were instructed to pick a Latin word and visualize it with type in order to convey the emotional and figurative meaning of that word. I have used an eyeliner  for the main word (Odium - Hate from Latin), and three strips of burned masking tape witha lighter. The pronunciation and the words definition are made with indian ink written with quill.
Post processed for contrast and color treatment in Photoshop.

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