Artist Anna Garforth uses unusual objects to create wonderful type pieces– using unexpected mediums such as moss, cookie dough, and masking tape, she creates beautiful examples of typography that span the width of walls, gates, and baking sheets.
I’ve seen plenty of inventive typography around the internet, but the organic nature and slight imperfections in these letters are really great to see– its nice to move away from absolute perfection in typography once in while. It’s also interesting to see that these mediums are easily manipulated for the purpose of type; maybe we’ll see more and more cookie dough art from other designers too! From Anna’s website:
Anna Garforth works with a diverse range of materials and skills to create unique and experimental work. So far her artworks have been used for public events, community projects, workshops, campaigns, publications and exhibitions both nationally and internationally.
With a strong background in design and illustration, her nifty fingers work moss into beautiful lettering, cookie dough into edible posters and rubbish into typographic wonder.