This Artist Diverts Ordinary Objects to Create an Unusual Alphabet
If there is a creative exercise that both professional and amateur graphic designers greatly appreciate, it is the diversion of objects or animals. Indeed, the latter allows them to give free rein to their imagination and to create all kinds of unusual and original universes. And this is precisely the case of the 3D artist Manuel Lemus who had fun diverting various objects to recreate the letters of the alphabet.
It was on the occasion of the 36 Days of Type challenge, which each year allows those who wish to reinterpret each letter in a playful and offbeat way based on a specific theme, that the German-based designer came up with this artistic series. .
He was thus inspired by ordinary objects such as a door handle, chewing gum stuck under a shoe, a jeans label or a handbag handle to reclaim the letters of the alphabet. And the result is as entertaining as it is realistic!
We let you discover below the alphabet imagined by Manuel Lemus, to find on his Instagram account and on his Behance profile. And if you appreciate this kind of very original typography, the alphabet of Simon Koay which pays homage to the games of the 90s but also the superb animal alphabet of the creative Ingo Lindmeier should please you.