Truant (2017)

Truant takes its name from the fact that it was designed while I was on holiday. I was ‘away’, ‘absent’ and ‘on leave’ from my normal life. The complex forms draw from Aztec and Mayan influence, as well as circuitry with the intended composition further exploring interconnectivity between letterforms within words.

Created from grid 44 from my #100daysofspontaneous collection, I also wanted to look at creating letters that displayed a lack of uniformity and the effect on reading.

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