Ferrofluid 'font' produces trippy, one-of-a-variety artwork

Ferrofluid 'font' produces trippy, one-of-a-kind art

You might have seen ferrofluid (aka magnetic ink) used for intelligent science demonstrations in class, however it may simply get a a lot cooler software earlier than lengthy. Linden Gledhill and Craig Ward have developed Fe2O3 Glyphs, wild-wanting characters created by placing a ferrofluid between glass plates and subjecting it to spinning magnetic fields. The result’s a type of anti-font — whereas the “letters” seem like they could possibly be a part of an alien language, they’re so distinctive that you simply’d possible by no means produce the identical impact twice.

The creators are producing a digital typeface that you need to use in your personal tasks, they usually additionally hope to create a restricted run of letterpress artwork prints to point out your folks. You will have to pitch in to make each of those a actuality, although. The duo has launched a crowdfunding marketing campaign that provides you each the digital font and no less than one print (both distinctive or copied). You will have to pledge at the very least $30 to get one thing in return, however it could be well worth the money in the event you’ve ever needed science-influenced paintings in your house.