This typographical eyewear collection by designer Maggie Seah has been created with computer text in mind to draw a correlation between the real world and the digital one. With more of us spending endless hours in the digital world each day, our preference for products and solutions that remind us of this familiar space is likely to increase.
The typographical eyewear collection consists of 11 different styles that are all inspired by familiar texts including Times New Roman, Bembo and Rockwell with small variations with each. This allows us to understand how digital design will continue to permeate our day-to-day life even further as we continue to work solely on computers and communicate with our smartphones.
Typographical Eyewear Collections
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Supremely Compact Spectacles
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Cardboard Demo Eyeglasses
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These Glasses by Maggie Seah Draw Inspiration from Digital Text
- By: Michael HemsworthNov 15, 2017