Experimental Typography “ANYTHING”
Use at least two materials to produce the type “ANYTHING” . Make sure that the readability of the letters are maintained. Try to find any possibilities in materials and their resources, even build up opposite meanings between the materials of the type and the background.
Select one material and design the type “ANYTHING” in at least 3 different ways. Make sure that all letters should be recognizable. I choosed the paper cups .Cup is not only for containing water but also flexible because of its paper properties.
Use any material to visualize following three adjectives through the typography design of “ANYTHING”:
Save ink, use Garamond
I wouldn’t let this kind of experiment influence my choices of fonts, but I find it quite fun anyway. Matt Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth drew the word sample with different typefaces’ style to see which fonts use more ink. Looks like Garamond is the most saavy among the chosen fonts.