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California based type artist Katie Tonkovich uses experimental typography to convey a very strong message.

“This collection of three large format posters was created for a hypothetical lecture series discussing the architectural periods of ancient fortresses and castles. The type structures were all created entirely by hand and leveraged materials which showcased various elements of castle construction.”

Photo Courtesy of Katie Tonkovich.

Photo Courtesy of Katie Tonkovich.

Photo Courtesy of Katie Tonkovich.

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