Posted in Publication, Theory, Typeface
Russian graphic designer Dina Silanteva is a recent MA graduate from Kingston University, London. Her project Typographic Music is a remarkable body of work which was initially started as research into generative systems and multi-layered typefaces, that led onto an identity system for a music festival. This was further developed as an iterative process of investigations in generative typography.
Using a basic grid and three simple geometric shapes to construct letters, certain parameters around these basic shapes (radius, saturation, color, transparency) change according to a set of rules.
More of the processes behind this work can be found in Dina’s impressive report.