If typography turns in to 3-D objects!

22 Feb
Michael Johnson says "Very few designers have thought to merge typography and 3-D printing." Johnson developed a project to showcase the school’s in-house prototyping skills, he cooked up a 3-D alphabet that would not only display the potential of a burgeoning technology but function as a visual lesson in the history of type.He transformed from grotesque to beautiful with a complex fractal structure, to Zig Zag, an Art Deco–style typeface that, in 3-D, becomes an interlocking puzzle.

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