Florian Frier — Graphic Design
03 — Typographic manifesto

Production of a typographic manifesto in a poster form around an experimental font created by Wim Crouwel called New Alphabet (1967). A typeface image which was almost never used for graphic design projects. Made for computers, the font was at the time a controversial subject because most of those characters were unreadable. I wanted to connect that almost total unreadable idea of the typeface with that new digital age, by a metamorphosis of the type grid into a vanishing pixel heap.

2016 — Poster