English Photographer Peter Defty uses Architecture to create Typography

8 Posted by - May 12, 2014 - Design

With over 17 years of experience in commercial photography, English photographer Peter Defty Genius is constantly surrounded by buildings and architecture. Using his camera and an eye for detail, combined with an astute creative mind, and a little imagination, Peter discovered he could create typography by using the architecture that surrounded him on a daily basis, most of which is created using the negative space between buildings. He refers to this highly creative and very abstract photographic typography of his as the Geordie Alphabet.

So, while graphic designers spend hours and even days creating and conjuring up imaginative and creative typography using pens, paper and computers, Peter Defty figured he’d take a different approach, by simply looking up!




( Via Visual News )