Manipulated Typography Typographic Explorations in Digital and Non-Digital Methodologies
This is a case study of manipulated typography using a digital camera and a non-digital printer — Vivitar Instant Slide Printer. When typographic characters are folded, reflected, and crumpled, they create unexpected shapes and have depth. I think the form of letters can influence our emotions before we ever read it. The aim of this study was to create an appeal through expression in dimensional space. Gerstner said, “the means to create expression is not to be found in spoken language, but rather in all objective possibilities of typographic form”.
Non-Digital Printing Methodology
Digital + Non Digital
Filed under Experimental, Typography, Prints