This Series by the 'Foreal' Creative Studio Uses Random Objects to Form Alphabets

 - Mar 24, 2014
References: weareforeal & designboom
The designers at German creative studio Foreal probably had the time of their lives putting together this playful and imaginative set of 3D alphabet forms. The designers created highly creative and imaginative 'alphabets' out of everyday objects rendered using 4D graphics.

The series opens up possibilities of how typography can be constructed, perceived and processed in the digital age, and expands letters' abilities to communicate information, ideas and messages.

Foreal's series has a number of stand-outs, but my personal favorite is probably the letter 'Y,' which is formed by a pair of cracked eggs pouring their innards (which are neon blue for some reason) out. The two cracked eggs form the two top ends of the Y, while the neon blue goo forms the two slanted lines and vertical line.

A snickers bar, octopus tentacle and croissant are among the other random visuals used to construct alphabets.




Photo Credits: designboom, weareforeal