Experimental Hebrew type

Israeli typographer Oded Ezer does some incredible experimentation with type: reinterpretations of traditional Hebrew script, Hebrew/Latin fusions, sculptural fonts, and nature-inspired "biotypography." On that last notion, he says:
When I saw an ant on the floor of my studio, I started to imagine what would happen if this was a creature half ant and half letter. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if nature had invented letters? And then maybe different letter-ants could gather, create words and communicate with us!? I kept on fantasizing and loved the idea so much that I immediately had to do something with it - and so I did!
Via The Nonist.

1 comment:

Chuck Olsen said...

I'd sure love to see that animated.