Liz Collini TypographyUnder - Art, Design, Typography
Some incredible typography by London based artist Liz Collini.
I make different forms of texts using simple but often ambiguous words and phrases, mostly through printmaking and drawing. The written word holds many paradoxes, not least those of absence and presence. There are gaps and overlaps between reading and viewing, text and image, the hand and the machine. I try to create breathing spaces in which we can pause and look back at language. Whole narratives can be compressed into a single word or familiar phrase. The drawings’ resemblance to plans and blueprints reflects the strange provisionality of written language; the things about which we write are always elsewhere. I work only with Times New Roman (the default font) and my own handwriting to minimise questions of typography.
3 thoughts to “Liz Collini Typography”
I like it a lot.
Recent post of a bride. http://lovettjustin.wordpress.com/2013/09/02/bride/
More to come soon.
I loved the typography
I love your work and this site design is superb.
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