Type In Motion

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Created: 08/17/11
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Two poster concepts for an exhibition on Type in Motion to be displayed at the Zürich Museum für Gestaltung. Using the poster an application for the exploration of generating type-images through the manual manipulation of materials—via cutting, dicing , bending, morphing, taping, etc.—lead to unexpected results. By starting with as little of a preconceived direction, the manipulation and assembly of materials guided the process. Rather quickly, I began focusing on narrow slashes of material that could potentially lead to a sense of motion through a variety of possible effects: via optical vibration, wave patterns, shifting planes, layered segments of typography, and so on. This process proved to lead to a variety of possibilities that were both surprising and a new take typography. The resulting images create a physical/visceral response putting the motion in the viewer.

These posters were created during the week-long Poster Design Workshop lead by Leander Eisenmann at the Hocschule für Gestaltung und Kunst in Basel, Switzerland.
  • Type in Motion
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  • Two poster concepts for an exhibition on Type in Motion to be displayed at the Zürich Museum für Gestaltung. Using the poster an application for the exploration of generating type-images through the manual manipulation of materials—via cutting, dicing , bending, morphing, taping, etc.—lead to unexpected results. By starting with as little of a preconceived direction, the manipulation and assembly of materials guided the process. Rather quickly, I began focusing on narrow slashes of material that could potentially lead to a sense of motion through a variety of possible effects: via optical vibration, wave patterns, shifting planes, layered segments of typography, and so on.  This process proved to lead to a variety of possibilities that were both surprising and a new take typography. The resulting images create a physical/visceral response putting the motion in the viewer.

    These posters were created during the week-long Poster Design Workshop lead by Leander Eisenmann at the Hocschule für Gestaltung und Kunst in Basel, Switzerland.

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