The Art is Inspired by the Sinead O'Connor Letter to Miley

By: Anne Booth - Published: Oct 4, 2013
The Sinead O'Connor Letter to Miley is getting a lot of attention in the media and this typography is inspired by the open letter and the act of writing itself. Writing is becoming a task that we are not practicing as much as we used to because of the strong presence of the online and Internet world.

The Sinead O'Connor Letter to Miley shows that online typography and typing is becoming the way we communicate with people on a daily basis. The typographies included within this list look at letters made from eggs to the alphabet made using human hair. By forming the alphabet from different materials there is a tie between the spoken and written word, and the artistic world.

Language is still considered an art form but by adding a visual appeal to the letters of the alphabet, a post-modern work is created. Stats for 100 Open Letter-Inspired Typographies Trending: Older & Chilly
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