cut out leaf typography by twan van keulen
jul 31, 2012
cut out leaf typography by twan van keulen


‘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’.


kerning and letter positioning

 
 


positive typographic composition

 
leaf typography by twan van keulen
letter cut outs of symbol and sign variations


leaf typography by twan van keulen

detail of scale and positive and negative leaf typography
 
leaf typography by twan van keulen
close-up of the tools and and cut out process

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