Three-dimensional work:

Virtual lines describe physical surfaces - calculus designed objects are to find in multiple disciplines such as architecture or individual product design and have already introduced fascinating possibilities. Digital constructions defined by a set of rules can be used to make very organic, very complex or unique versions of things.
In order to create a physical, materialized version from computational font designs I implemented an application for prototyping that allows to export its ‘skin’ as two-dimensional polygons. Along one axe the letters are fragmented and appear as abstract angles and edges. The two-dimensional impression remains when looking from the right angle.