Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Oded Ezer – Typography that knows no bounds

In a recent copy of creative review I came across the work of Israeli typographer Oded Ezer, upon reading the article I discovered the huge diversity of his work which jumps from highly considered alphabets in both Hebrew and Latin, to more experimental 3D lettering work that employs paper, nails silicone and even chewing gum to achieve the desired effect.

Ezer’s work that I came across immediately jumped out at me and is unique to say the least, it goes to show that the imagination that goes into creating type is endless and it shouldn’t be restricted by mediums. Breaching the boundaries of typography art and science Ezer's work offers us a completely new and different outlook on typography.

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