The first of a series of fonts designed for print, 3D animation and new media is the font created in 2003. The concept and appearance of the font is inspired by our Moon, which successively waxes and wanes and thus gradually forms a circle. It is the circle that is the basic element for building the 3D font or character of the alphabet. The font is designed for use in both printing materials, such as posters, covers to books or magazines. Future Typo is the name given to a font currently designed for 2D printed and 3D animated typography..
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Future Typo is the name given to a font currently designed for printed 2D typography, 3D animated typography or interactive typography. Future Typo is a font with which you can write on a computer, use it for a magazine or book cover, for a poster, to create a statue, sculpture or relief, encode information and at the same time be able to animate it using 2D or 3D technology. It is the basis for creating all of the fonts bearing the name Future Typo. The task of this font is to attune the reader to an adventure in discovering new possibilities in obtaining and recording information, perceiving space and what is happening around us, that being by using touch devices such as the iPad. The fonts are designed for use as a tool for teaching and learning, for encryption and security on webpages or other software applications and information, for film, TV, or free time and new media. .
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