A collection of typographer’s work from around the country emphasizing an appreciation for typography, specifically the letterform and its use in communication through the construction and deconstruction of both pre-existing and personal typefaces. Typographic style connotes perspective, emotion, authority, formality, and context. Through the construction and deconstruction of both pre-existing and personal typefaces, the viewer is forced to acknowledge style and the structural components of a diverse array of individual letterforms. This collection represents both student and professional work from across the country.
Curated by Brad Di Benedetto, David Schofield, Mike Wolf
Photographed by Brian Richards and Stephanie Trapp