This piece was created by Pomme Chan for an upcoming typography exhibition in Los Angeles.
Gallery Nucleus is hosting an exhibit (May 12 – June 6) celebrating hand drawn letterforms and experimental typography. Parallel to increasingly computer-driven imagery, it is both refreshing and encouraging to see the resurgence of working by hand—as well as an expanding community that finds value in this practice.
The gallery invited nearly 30 illustrators, graphic designers, sculptors, print makers, and painters to interpret the alphabet, and are thrilled to showcase work at which art and design intersect. This collection explores how typography (even when reduced to a single letterform) can be whimsical and bizarre, innovative and thought-provoking, and most importantly, downright fun.
You can see more of Pomme Chan’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.