At work, the documents that we produce all look the same. The uniform black and white sheets processed by office printers are stripped of any sense of personality. There is nothing to indicate the individuality of the person behind the paper. How different to the hand-written notes and letters of times gone by, where curly loops and slanted letters could reveal something about the author. To counteract this anonymity, Nacor Martina created a digital equivalent to handwriting. This typographic tool can incorporate variable components to visualise who we are.
Photo by Lisa Klappe