September 20, 2014 Random
110 different motion graphics designers contributed a second-long glyph for this animated typeface, a huge collaboration masterminded by Animography's Jeroen Krielaars.
Typefaces always follow very specific rules in the design process, as that's what makes a typeface coherent. When the b is designed, you already have the d, p, q, and with a little extra work, the n, h and m too. Each letter dictates the shape of the next. This has also been the case with the animated typefaces that...