jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator
jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator
may 21, 2009

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu at the liverpool school of art & design created the ‘rubik’s cube font generator’ earlier this year for a brief that asked students to produce a visual representation of the word ‘move’. the design uses a standard rubik’s cube with stamps on four of its sides so that users can make their own typeface. an ink pad and multi-lingual instructions are also included in the neat little pack.

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

jas bhachu: rubik's cube font generator

box: 157 x 150 x 160 mm instruction guide: 297 x 420 mm cube: 90 x 90 mm

more images and info can be found here.

via CRblog

  • That is a great idea, gongratulations!
    The design poject has a creativity and a new conception.

    Ophir Ribeiro de Sá Junior says:
  • Awesome!!

    Rebecca Agra says:
  • So smart (*^_^*)

    experience says:
  • … how complete is this? perfect.

    Romski [yomofov2.blogspot.com] says:
  • I did the same thing a little over a year ago:

    Scott Kellum says:
  • Scott Kellum, with all due respect this is not *exactly* the same as your project.

    This one can actually be used to *print* letterforms whereas yours just had stickers. Also, the shapes they’ve used don’t look anything like yours, the design is different.

    Soda&Candy says:
  • Awsome stuff!..thanks.


    web design leeds says:

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