30 March 2015

Beautiful Alphabet Posters Made With Dots Reveal Letters When Seen At A Distance

London-based graphic designer Silva Baz has created a series of alphabetical posters titled Typeworks.

Her project was inspired by a quote from Goethe, “The hardest thing to see is what is in front of your eyes”—using black dots of various sizes, she forms the different letters of the alphabet, visible to the eyes only from a distance.

The posters also convey the fundamental aspects of visual communication, using basic graphic elements to describe visual patterns.

Head over here to view the full gallery.

[via Design-Milk, Typeworks]