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An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the mid-17th century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the mid-17th century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

These are so intricate. design-is-fine: “ Jan Christian Bierpfaff, Alphabet of organic type from Libellus Novus.

Jan Chrystian Bierpfaff + Jeremiasz Falck, 1656) - Google zoeken

A series of stunning prints – titled Libellus Novus Elementorum Latinorum – designed by the Polish goldsmith Jan Christian Bierpfaff and engraved by fellow-countryman Jeremias Falck

Bierpfaff's Auricular Z

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

RP-P-1972-57 by Public Domain Review, via Flickr

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

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A stunning series of letterforms designed in the mid-17th century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

A stunning series of letterforms designed in the century, writhing forms which hover somewhere between the monstrous and floral

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Baroque Ornamental Typeforms

These gorgeously ornate letterforms were designed in the by the Polish goldsmith, Jan Christian Bierpfaff in the He apprenticed.

Letra P

P - Libellus Novus Elementorum Latinorum – designed by the Polish goldsmith Jan Christian Bierpfaff and engraved by fellow-countryman Jeremias Falck

These are so intricate. You can spot little faces in some of the...

The letter Q from a stunning set of prints of "organic type" - titled Libellus Novus Elementorum Latinorum – designed by the Polish goldsmith Jan Christian Bierpfaff and engraved by fellow-countryman Jeremias Falck

organic letterform

Stylised century floriated letterforms & grotesque mask sprinkles Baroque absurdities or geni.

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650) | The Public Domain Review

An Alphabet of Organic Type (ca.1650)

These are so intricate. You can spot little faces in some of the letters; some obvious, some maybe imagined? design-is-fine: “ Jan Christian Bierpfaff, Alphabet of organic type from Libellus Novus.

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