‘falling leaves’ by twan van keulen
dutch graphic designer twan van keulen has conceived ‘falling leaves’, a series of digitally scanned scalpel cut typographic leaves. the letters are produced from different plant species, resulting in a wide spectrum of natural colors and compositions. based on a variation of the helvetica typeface, each iteration provides a contrast between negative and white space. the project is an extension of an original experiment that comprised of ‘a’ ‘b’ and ‘c’.