Summary

Typeface in Skin

Thijs Verbeek

2008

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An alphabet using clothespins and skin which generates very mixed feelings. Every single letter has their own character when applied because of the use of skin and various skintypes: flexible skin results in voloptuous shapes, tight skin gives the letter a sense of imperfection. This makes it hard to predict the final shape. The clothespins are more than just a tool for keeping the folds in place.

Photography by Arjan Benning

 
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