Typographic Zine is a visual experimentation that positions a designer as author.
The work explores the notion of altering content through the repetition of typographic elements and texts taken from various sources to make a whole. The visual effect comes from the interaction and overlapping of the texts and obscured letterforms of wood block type.
The content, often no longer readable, is transformed into an abstract image. Produced on recycled pages from a book using the photocopier, the work exploits a single-sheet instant zine format. The final piece is packaged into a clear bag with handlettering on it.