Other types of Type (exploring micrography)


(image from Micrography exhibit site, Jewish Theological Seminary)

Kind of an old post from an old blog, but interesting to see other approaches to micrography.  Looks like all of these use text for filler or texture:


Check out The Godfather one… mindblowing.

Not much that looks hand written, though, except for the most traditional ones which are the Hebrew illustrations:

http://www.jtsa.edu/prebuilt/exhib/microg/index.shtml.   Again, mostly block filler or uniform line sizes.

(Image from Jewish Theological Seminary micrography exhibit site)

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