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An experiment in typographic deconstruction. An algorithm creates individual entities (shown as black dots) which experience two forces: an attraction to each other and an attraction to the outlines of letters and numbers.

The complexity resulting from these two forces results in graphical representations which each time turn out differently.
Magazines
Prism
picking figs in the ˚̥̞̞̽̽ͯ garden while my world eats Itself
Lucha Libre
Versuchsaufbau A
Laucke Siebein, Amsterdam and Berlin
Computer Art 1960 - 1970
Fracade
Gaudangkor
Scigram
Genceri
Deutschland
Numerical Digits 1 — 9
Material
Cities
Archispecture
Autobesques
Paysages Automatiques
Resonance
Din ディン Futura フーツラ
La Lettre Artistique et Moderne
Karl Martens
The Same But Different
Now whip it / into shape / shape it up / get straight / go forward / move ahead
Corbin Mahieu
Takeshi Okada
I like it. What is it?
Where Do I End And The World Begins: Hubert & Fischer
Futurist Aristocracy
20th Century Avantgarde Magazines: Blast
20th Century Avantgarde Magazines: Le Tour de Babel, Les Reverberes
20th Century Avantgarde Magazines: Bauhaus, Blok, Mecano
Studio FIELD: Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn
Lettering by Lo Siento
Fonts by Benjamin Varin
Patterns
Crafting Letters
Dina Silanteva
Ultra Subjective Space
El Lissitzky and Hans Arp: The Isms
Kasper Pyndt
More Tong
News
Heavy Letters
Unformation
Autobesques
Richard Niessen
Card Alphabet
Wim Crouwel
Semantic
Type
Illustrations
Superscript² Typography
Edward Zajec: Creative Participation
Manfred Mohr
Herbert W. Franke
Rasmus Koch
Robert Hodgin
Jaemin Lee
penccil
Massimo Vignelli 1931-2014
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