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Modular Concrete Typography by David McGillivray

  • This “heavy” and gorgeous modular typeface is the work David McGillivray who designed and photographed the whole alphabet using only 7 shapes for a total of 14 blocks of concrete.
    McGillivray says: “Inspired by the Brutalist architecture of London, the Hayward gallery in particular, this is an exploration of typography and architecture; a non commercial project where I endeavoured to merge the two worlds with a pre fab style kit of conrete shapes that come together to make a concrete typeface. The whole alphabet can be created using 7 shapes, which I cast into 14 blocks of concrete in total. Nothing has been added to the images; it’s all real concrete.”

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    Davide ABOUT DAVIDE CARBONE - Italian through and through, Davide was born and raised in a tiny little town named Biella in the Piemonte region known world-wide for its excelling textile industry as well as being the hometown of Michelangelo Pistoletto. Creator and founder of Gessato, GSelect, Gblog, Davide deals with design and communication since over a decade focusing in exploring innovative communication tools and techniques.
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