The Depth of Typography

The Depth of Typography is an interpretation of two-dimensional typographic forms in a three-dimensional space. The result is a physical version of Helvetica that keeps its regular shape when observed from the front but changes into new shapes if seen from any other angle. This allows for new types of visual movements that are absent in traditional typography, whether it comes from the forms themselves or their arrangement and its relation to the content they create.

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