French artist Jerome Corgan has a passion for typography and loves getting creative with our wonderful 24-letter alphabet.
In his latest work, Jerome Corgan creates a series of three-dimensional typography sculptures using only paper materials. With only black and white shaded paper, Jerome Corgan cut and manipulated the fragile surfaces to mimic a slew of letters in his eye-catching series.
In the 3D work 'Paper Letters,' Jerome Corgan has incorporated a variety of different typefaces in his own style. According to him, he does not use a specific typeface, however, he uses both serif and non-serif typefaces to add creativity and differences to almost all of the letters.
I hope Jerome Corgan ends up selling these because it would be awesome to spell out my name in his typographical sculptures.
17 Typographic Tees
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Neon Typography Installations