Buchstabengewitter – Dynamic Type That Morphs from A to Z [vvvv]

Out of Berlin, a city known for great design and shitty winter weather, comes Buchstabengewitter (letter storm), a generative typography project that transforms three-dimensional linear structures into all the letters of the alphabet. Developed by designer and programmer Ingo Italic the dynamic type display is only the latest experiment out of Letters Are My Friends, a research laboratory he runs together with Bärbel Bold. A place where, as the laser-cut sign outside says, "type meets new technology".

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