What I like about this type is that it's based off Helvetica, but it gives a completely new meaning and identity. Helvetica is a very universal typeface that could be used in almost all situations. However, this innovation of Helvetica almost restricts it to be using for a child related item, whether it be a book, logo for a childrens program etc.
glitched helvetica. Making a 'perfect' typeface slightly imperfect. I see this as clear information being distorted, changed and manipulated by digital technological means. Once a handmade typeface is digitally corrupted. I'm going to experiment with this, maybe create a typeface around this. It even could be made into the project's main logo/title.