Marianne Beck creates a typeface out of neatly overlapped scraps
When presented with a stray piece of paper my reflex is unfailingly to attempt "an origami vagina":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjzzITAbIbg (surprisingly difficult) so I feel that Marianne Beck’s recent undertaking is especially admirable. The Danish-born, Paris-based designer was able to create an entire typeface out of neatly overlapped paper using a few scraps and some clever folds, in an uncommonly cohesive and well executed series.
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