February 26th, 2012 – 18 year old Dan Hoopert is only in the early years of his education at university in England, but that’s not stopping the young designer from creating and showcasing his work to the world. Hoopert re-created the alphabet with virtual wire, showing an otherwise simple serif typeface in a complex and intricate way. Basically, this is how your letter looks naked. ‘Hoopert used 3D modeling software to strip the letters down to their wires, and render the alphabet in a new light. In our ordinary daily environment, most of us scan text everyday, not event thinking about what elements actually create the form of the letter, each wire in Hoopert’s work symbolizes the architecture of each letter.
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