A Morse Code-Inspired Typeface Made Of Dots & Dashes
Chinese graphic designer Grant Li created an unusual typeface as part of the identity design for Jonah Goodman, who is a writer and designer.
Inspired by the fact that Goodman speaks five languages, Li based the typeface on the Morse Code, which he describes as a “graphical language”.
At first glance, text written out with ‘Code Type’ looks like strings of words that have been canceled out with black marker—however, once you learn to identify each generously-spaced letter, you can start making out the meaning of the sentences.
See more samples of this intriguing typeface below.
[via Grant Li]
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