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Insect Taxidermy Typography
Guusan Displays Different Fonts as a Beautiful Butterfly Collection


By: Gil Haddi (Superstar) Apr 16, 13
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This delicate butterfly collection showcases different styles of fonts in this series by artist and digital designer Guusan.

Several types of the winged insects are made out of intricately arranged letters to display the natural beauty of different typography styles such as Times New Roman Regular and Helvetica Light. Just like a real taxidermy insect collection, the butterflies all look like different species with alternate colors and wing patterns. Arranging fonts to look like these pretty critters lets the viewer appreciate the letters in a new way, realizing the aesthetic differences amongst such varied specimen.

Several varying styles of fonts take on the form of stunning insect species in this digital butterfly collection artwork created by Guusan.



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