What is the smallest building block of typography? Is it the word? Or the letter? The shape of a counter? The space between letterforms? For this project, it was to break apart language into its smallest possible forms and build it back up again.
I designed an alphabet (letters A-Z, numerals 0-9, with basic punctuation) based on component pieces (robobox stencils), and used this alphabet and designed a typographic composition.
Instructed by Benjamin Shaykin