Polyphony is a typographic alphabet book. Different segments of the alphabet were crafted according to specific experimentations and directions.
Letters A through F allowed for experimentation with a single object and its physical elements. The combination of thick, thin, and absence was a visual solution for fluidity and movement.
Letters G through K was an experimentation with shapes and forms of different architecture. Collaging these elements created letterforms with dimension and a sense of visual abstraction. Hints of detail within, further added to the complexity of the letterform.
Letters L through P played with the confinement of four individual grid systems. Each of these grids formed an underlying structure that molded into unique geometric and organic forms.
Letters Q through V was a play off of both unusual and elegant letterforms seen surrounding us.
Finally, letters W through Z were constructed using everyday materials based off of letterform styles previously experimented with.