Monday, March 11, 2013

Typeface Made from Deconstructed Camera

19 years old London-based graphic design student Stefan Abrahams decided to deconstruct his camera and turn the pieces into a typeface.

Tiny screws and washers form the ‘A’. The viewfinder eyepiece is itself the ‘D’. The shutter curtain is arranged as the ‘R’. However, we can't guess what this camera was Stefan taken apart to create these letters.

(Typeface made from deconstructed camera, via PetaPixel)

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