TypExperiments

TypExperiments – type-design at the at the edge but within legibility
The function of a typeface is always above its style, readability is the touchstone of of the font’s justification. But readability can not always be absolutely defined – it is always an interaction between beholder’s personality, formal features of the typeface and the context of usage.

What happens, if there is only a thin red line between type-design an graphic-design, every single letter is becoming principal actor and braekes out the homogeneous system of »best readability«? How far graphic-parameters could exaggerated or recombined?

Owing to a compound of scientifically, experimentally approach, anolouge occupation and digital processing type-designs has been developed, which sample and infringe the linits of readability and typographical conventions.

ugl-y, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

cojonna, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

capitalis nova, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

graphit, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

devion, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

textrusion, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

frgmnt, experimental type, TypExperimente, Schriftgestaltung am Rande, aber im Rahmen der Lesbarkeit, Bachelor,Arbeit, Jakob Runge, Fh Würzburg

have a closer look on these fonts at www.26plus-zeichen.de

1 Comment

  1. Nice work. Love the thought process and end result.

  2. John on September 30th, 2010 at 2:46 am

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