Asemic Fonts

I’m currently working on a bunch of codes and thinking about asemics and the poetry of language form as typography: asemics, semasiographics and glottographic. As such I’m producing a number of typefaces with glyphs assigned to letters so that the glyphs can be repeated as replicas using a keyboard. This is an example of one of these typefaces which I have called ‘twombly’.

TwomblyEach glyph corresponds to a key on the keyboard, so it could theoretically be read should you become so familiar with the glyphs. I thought I would share this one with you.  You can download the font here.


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