RGB type These deceptively simple letters are by London designer, Mick O’Beirne. They are visualised by the overlapping of RGB colors to define the letterforms. I’m not sure that they’d be particularly readable if formed into words but as a poster of letter shapes they work beautifully. betype: RGB Typeface
How to ‘Print’ Type with a Needle and Thread By stitching two overlapping CMYK thread colours at 90 and 45 degrees, an ‘analogue halftone’ is created. Hand embroidered by Evelin Kasikov, a London based designer.