Shapes as Letters by Mio Yokota

Published by Whatever Press (2017)
28 Pages, 12 x 12 cm, Paperback, Edition of 100

“How do people interpret shapes as letters? When people write, it is hardly ever thought how to write letters. However, as I am explaining this book with combined alphabets now, it is impossible to write without these letters. When you look alphabets closer, you realise that each of them is made with very simple forms such as rectangles, and circles. This practice intends to reinterpret letters as shapes, by making alphabets out of alphabets.”

– Mio Yokota