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A Typeface Made Of Incredibly Detailed, 3D-Illustrated Picture Frames
By Dorothy Tan, 01 Aug 2013
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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