Explore the possibilities of chromatic type
Use color fonts to create a type poster inspired by the work of Ed Ruscha
Exploring available color fonts
Combining type and image
Ever since the first letterforms were set in lead, typefaces have been a single color — usually black. That single color would roll across the plate, then impress upon the paper, and that was that.
This limitation has held true through all the ups and downs of typography, from letterpress through letraset to True Type fonts and beyond. The letter was a shape: The shape could have but one color — ’twas ...