Picture Fonts

Pictorial fonts raise the question of whether a form should be defined at the moment of creation or the moment of reception. The fonts below are all received as images. The audience sees a string of images, abstract or figurative. However, each of these strings of images is created by pressing keys on a keyboard. In order to appear on the screen, these images require the same process as the creation of text in ubiquitous fonts such as Times New Roman.

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Kapitza, Victoria Park, 2006


Kapitza, We Love Nature, 2007.

All of the above images link to sources.

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