Shoelace Typeface
Typeface created for a UEMG discipline, in which each student had to create a typeface from three dimensional 'real life' objects, photograph them, and adapt them into a digital font format. For the task, I used shoe's grommet as a basic grid for the typeface, using shoelaces to draw the letters. The font uses open type 'contextual alternate' feature to place the feet in the right order.
After the typeface was created, I made posters exploring the two basic concepts behind the project: the fact that you can build typefaces out of anything, and the transformation of the type, from a 'real life' object into vector.