Designer Craig Ward and experimental photographer Linden Gledhill have teamed up for an intriguing project called Fe2O3 Glyphs, which combines science with traditional printing processes to create a fascinating series of symbols that have now become a typeface.
The process of creating these symbols is a tricky one. Small amounts of ferrofluid are placed between glass plates and subjected to vertically and horizontally spinning magnetic fields, which results in a completely unique hieroglyphic. Each and every one is different, and that’s what makes them so intriguing. Click to read more link.
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