Jimmy Fiction's Sculptures Shows the Artistic Side of Letters

 - Oct 10, 2011
References: jimmyfiction & itsnicethat
Jimmy Fiction shows that the art of typography does not have to be confined to computers, magazines and galleries to be appreciated by onlookers. Instead, he creates giant, three-dimensional models that are made to grace gardens. Fashioned out of bespoke welded steel and resin or powder coated for resilience, Jimmy Fiction's typographical sculptures add a bit of whimsy to one's yard.

Based in London, England, Jimmy Fiction creates work that is unique to each of his client's specifications. Whether for feasts, festivals or even funerals, his giant, three-dimensional letters, numbers and symbols are instant statement pieces that will delight the old and young alike.

Jimmy Fiction's typography work shows that language is just as artistic as it is practical and can be used for more than communication. These sculptures do happen to communicate the creativity and imagination of their owners.