In order to visually solve my questions... I created countless drawings, mobiles, renderings, animations, and researched structures throughout design to find shapes and forms to provide the underlying skeleton for this new language of physical type. The outcome of this pursuit was the establishment of four grids to organize type. These four grids are: the cone, the stripe, the line, and the circle. Each are based off simple geometric shapes and are subservient to the letters defined in the content. In traditional typography, grids create constraints that enable consistency and flexibility to have a succinct visual rhythm. Yet these grids also work in physical space and can act lIke nets or architectural contours to anchor/ contain/ support the type. The scale, quantity, and typeface all determine the final form of these structures. Additionally there is also kinetic movement and the third dimension of perspective outside of the page.
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