Paper Typography

November 4, 2013 § Leave a comment

Thinking & Practice

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Continuing with our different forms of creating typography, we tried this different technique. By repeatedly screwing up a piece of white A3 paper and unfolding it, the paper gave the impression that it had reduced in size. We then made letter forms by creasing specific areas of the paper. Because the paper had softened it made it easier to re-mould areas of the paper into different shaped letterforms. Some of my examples are shown above.

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