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3D-Printed Type Sculptures by Ben Johnston & Mark Simmons

Toronto-based creative duo Ben Johnston & Mark Simmons used their complementary skills to create these amazing 3D-printed typographic sculptures.

The beautiful pieces were created to explore the transition between 2D and 3D space through combining two design disciplines – graphic design and product design.

“The process started with sketches done by hand, which were refined in to vector format, then converted in to 3D shapes in the form of a CAD file, which was rendered and animated with a computer and finally brought back to the physical world using a 3D printer.”

More creative typography via Behance

Product Design Typography Posted on September 14, 2014