Sensory

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    Two typographic treatments have captured our attention for their sensory appeal. First up is a variable typeface called Sonic, a collaboration by Danish studio Kontrapunkt and Nippon Design Center, for electronics firm Goertek. It responds to ambient sound changing appearance on wayfinding and digital signage. Catch the frequency on Creative Review to see what we mean. Type Garden (via designboom) by graphic designer Sigitas Gužauskas takes a more organic approach using letter shapes as a kind of template to grow various plant species. Time to get sowing.
    02.03.18