In the glossary of modern concepts, the alphabet has one and only one entry for each letter. This corresponds to the way graphists construct their alphabets. One design template usually is applied to all letters of the alphabet, figures and special characters. The exhibition in the MAD Paris on graphism shows nicely the art around letters and numbers. Each of uses computers and the style choices provided. It can be subject of an artistic endeavour to construct your own design of the alphabet. Etienne Robial, NT cutter (Extract below), is a representative example of structuring principles of own letter designs. Adding colour to the design adds a new dimension just as an additional axes of reflection. But even without colour the possibilities are endless.
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