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My font was inspired by the way pixels have been used by other designers in the late 20th century, in particular, Peter Saville’s Original die-cut sleeve album cover for New Order’s Blue Monday single, Wim Crowel’s new alphabet used by Brett Wickens in Joy Division’s compilation album Substance cover. The font was modeled on digitalized letters. To produce it I have used techniques from traditional calligraphy (drawing, use of pencil and ink on paper) to create an effect usually generate instantaneously by computer coding in order to stress the tension between the finished piece and the production behind it. The tension between the two and the uncertainty are represented in the font by the missing and misplaced pixels in each letter.
|Info:||Created on 5th December 2017 . Last edited on 6th December 2017.|