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Typefaces Created Entirely With Computer Codes



Graphic artist and interactive visual designer Yeohyun Ahn has created a collection of typefaces for the digital age—using only computer codes.

Using mathematical expressions and algorithms, ‘TYPE+CODE II’ represents a completely new form of typography that does not follow the centuries-old traditions of the typographic world.

Each a tiny piece of software, the letters in the collection are characterized by the highly structured, complex yet mesmerizing patterns that one would expect of computer-generated products.

According to the artist, not all of the typefaces are presented in full alphabetical sets as they “were created by using computer codes, which means [she] can easily switch any letter from A to Z through just typing in [her] computer codes”.

View more of these futuristic typography here.



















[via Yeohyun Ahn]
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