Typographic art is surfacing on the Internet left and right, but only Frank Magnotta is utilizing fonts as building blocks for some funky far-out architecture.
An M.F.A. graduate of the University of Illinois, Frank Magnotta is highly skilled at taking letters and tiling them up until unique architectural creations are formed. To top it all off, Frank Magnotta doesn't even make any of these masterpieces with the aid of a computer, as everything is hand-drawn using only a pencil.
Implications - With the advent of computer-generated graphics saturating North America media, consumers are now turning to traditional art mediums that they are familiar and are more readily able to empathize with. Corporations looking to convey messages of authenticity may consider utilizing traditional fine arts graphics rather than digital ones.
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