Honey type

Alberto Martinez and Franc Navarro, two spanish artists and former students at IED Design School in Barcelona, were asked to imagine a project of typography as part of their course. The objective was to create a low cost lettering involving the use of a liquid. Their idea was the following: cutting wooden letters out and covering them with honey before shooting them in front of a neutral background. The result is called Experimental project I and is clearly out of the ordinary, both concerning shapes and colors, as the reflections of the honey confers this piece of work an interesting aspect in terms of lights.

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