15
Oct

Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper

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.

Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper Creative alphabet made by cutting, folding and manipulating paper

Discover the rest of his alphabet experiment here. Or check out other alphabets like this one inspired by The Beatles.


Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/4709517/type-scan-alphabet

Daniel is an Art Director and Graphic Designer with over a decade of experience in advertising and marketing in the Greater Toronto Area.

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