Experimental / Typography
Tags: Bandpile, Erik Berger, Letters, Rubber Bands
Erik Berger was asked to create a typeface using found materials. His solution was to take about a pound of rubber bands and reform the pile into each letterform. Eric is a student at Judson University in the US.
[...] exception. Design student Erik Berger made this fun typeface out of a pound of rubber bands. (via typegoodness) April 7, 2011 • design typography • tweet this • [...]
Is this availible for download? I LOVE IT!
[...] is “bandpile,” created by Erik Berger. According to typegoodness, he was “asked to create a typeface using found materials.” He came up with a very [...]
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