The Tone Is Theirs

An image orientated type specimen representing a wider engagement into 'alphabetical pareidolia', and how humans see letters of the alphabet in architectonic elements of the perceivable world around them. Printed in grey, the contexts of each letter being found are formally made consequent through perpendicular framing, amalgamating how tesselational structures co-exist alongside our visual perception for what is constituted through the indeterminate methods we associate between reading and writing. Close inspection of erosion of solid materials additionally reveals an almost humanistic trait in its semiotic codex, which is akin to the hands own surface anatomy.

Printed at:
The University of East London

Presented at:
Offprint, Tate Modern, London, UK
May, 2015

Purchase from:
Lugemik, Tallinn, Estonia