A Typeface Made Of Incredibly Detailed, 3D-Illustrated Picture Frames
Picture frames are usually used to enhanced artworks and are rarely seen as works of art themselves—in collaboration with 3D illustration studio Forge & Morrow, agency Banjo created a typeface that puts picture frames in the creative limelight.
Coming up with illustrations of highly detailed and ornate picture frames, the 3D artists then used them to composed a striking font that spells out the word “picture”.
Each letter in the word is made up of elements that are inspired by an idyllic past-time—while the letter “c” is made up of passport stamps that symbolizes travel, the letter ‘i’ is made up of garden plants and gardening tools.
Scroll down for a closer look at this intricate typeface.
[via Design Milk]
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