Monday, 28 November 2011


Flexing his typography design skills, Paul Hollingworth created the Slinkytype as a type experiment using repetitive linear shapes to generate letter forms. Paul, a UK-based multidisciplinary designer, gleaned inspiration for the project from—you guessed it—everyones favorite spring. The rounded forms are playful and appear to embrace movement and flex, much like their namesake.

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