/AHORN (2019)

AHORN is an analog variable font made from foam, created in a seminar with Katharina Köhler at HfG Karlsruhe. Just as the glyphs of digital variable fonts can be manipulated based on different parameters, AHORN can be squeezed to different widths due to its physical properties.

The glyphs are shaped in such a way that the squeezing creates interesting and unexpected bends. For example, the slightly tilted N is first straightened before its interior begins to squeeze.

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