Friday, March 30, 2012

Frustro: The impossible typeface

Inspired by the famous Penrose triangle illusion, Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedűs created Frustro, a highly unconventional sans serif whose characters literally don't line up. In fact, each letterform appears to be facing in two different directions. Whether the font delights you or drives you crazy, there's no denying it makes an eye-catching display face.

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Twenty-six years old experienced Senior graphic/multimedia designer with a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts major in Advertising in University of Santo Tomas Manila, Philippines. Self motivated, always wanting to experiment and looking for challenges on every field of visual communication: Visual Merchandising, graphic design, experimental illustration, typography, interactive and new media, combining traditional techniques with digital ones in order to obtain something unique, something unexpected and spectacular.

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