"Faces of type are like men’s faces. They have their own expression, their complexion, their peculiar twists and turns of line to identify them immediately to friends, to whom each is full of identity.” — J.L. Frazier
Everyday we interact with words, letters, and numbers through reading and writing — rarely do we stop to contemplate the aesthetic arrangement of these forms. This BFA thesis project focused on typography as the basis of design in order to educate and help the general public appreciate letterforms as physical structures in dynamic relationships.