Although typography is indeed an art form in itself, rarely is it fully utilized as a medium for abstract creations; Katerina Orlikova’s ‘Light and Typography’ series achieves this, taking the finely honed shapes of various typographic sets and using them to generate an ever-changing series of abstract images. Using the medium of a kaleidoscope, Orlikova developed a series of five units each themed around a single typeface, ranging from sans serif to caligraphic; the result are beautifully colorful images that scarcely represent our traditional perceptions of type and how we interpret its design.
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