We developed a set made of 3 fonts. They vary depending on the assigned modules by level of complexity, we made the letter’s structure more complex by adding 2 or 3 rows and columns to the layout and applying the same principle.
We were able to generate this 3 variants using simple forms, starting from a square & then adding circles, triangles, sections and compositions of them.
We called it Libertà. Libertà is a district of Bari – where the workshop took place, and in italian means ‘freedom’, as the aim of this typeface was to give to the final user: Officina Degli Esordi, the freedom to type, create layouts and graphics instantaneously and with a variety of ‘modules’ to choose from.