Peter Tarka Turns the Numeral System into a Puzzle

By: Kevin Young - Published: Jun 4, 2012 • References: cargocollective &
Peter Tarka is a young and creative graphic designer that sure knows how to toy with style in his work.

For those who are puzzled by what typography is, it's the art of arranging type to make language visible. 'Typos' is the Greek word for 'form' and 'graphe' means writing. This technique of rearranging words and numbers into more illustrative forms creates an array of amazing designs.

Each month, Tarka comes out with a new design and he never fails to keep viewers entertained. In this series entitled 'Design World,' viewers are invited into a factory that looks as if it was a futuristic bubble gum factory set in the 1980s. Numbers from one to 10 are embedded in the factory and I don't know about everyone else, but I have yet to find number five. Stats for Factory-Inspired Typography Trending: Older & Chilly
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