Berlin-based artist Tony Ziebetzki has created a series of alphabetic paper designs. Using only a scalpel, pieces of paper and a scanner, he wanted to find out how many ways could there be manipulating paper into letters.
According to Tony, “I chose the scanner instead of a camera, because it is closer to paper as a material than a camera and makes sure that every letter is captured the same way.”
This cutting and scanning process generates a 3D effect, which feels as if letters recede and advance from the page. Titled Type Scan Alphabet, view some of Tony’s work manipulating paper below.