Made of Motion: GIF Font

This is my entry for Neville Brody's Fuse Brief in 2014 at the Royal College of Art.


Drag & Drop the individual letters into any Textedit software,
in order to write using the Gif letters.

Neville Brody's Fuse Brief:
Use the glyph set as a expressive tool to hold part of an artwork. 
Made of Motion: 
As I wanted to work with moving image, I came up with the solution that each generated font would slightly differ, while still functioning as glyths.

This is a typographic experiment, I did in the process for this project, using the Glyph set as a tool to reference a sequence. When typing using the keypad,  Muybridge's "Horse in Motion" appears to be moving. 

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