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Haiku: Typographic Experiments by Eli Kleppe

Published Feb 6, 2013

“Haiku” is a project that explores methods and technologies of printing.

The experimental pieces, created by Norwegian graphic designer, have the ultimate goal to eliminate all ink and produce subtle, but legible typography.

“Combining lasercut technology with letterpress and embossing machines, I experimented with printing white on white and levels of pressure on the printing presses.”

– Eli Kleppe

The results are really amazing. Visit Eli’s website for more of his work:

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