Letter Boxes

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These oversized kraft boxes reintroduce the alphabet not as 26 distinct letters, but as the result of combining geometric parts. The 4-inch cubes may be viewed and stacked from any direction, creating unexpected shapes and letterforms. Letterboxes by The Design Office

(thank you Nate who found it here)

10 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Very cool. This reminds me of the lecture Alex Trochut gave recently about his grandfather’s work in a modular typesetting system: http://www.superveloz.net

  2. Oh wow, how clever!

  3. I’m actually in love with the font that one of the designers there created: Router (find it on the vllg.com website).

  4. I’m actually in love with the font that one of the designers there created: Router (find it on the vllg.com website).

    What a dolt i am. link fixed.

  5. Thanks for the Router shout-out!

    Much appreciated.

    Jeremy

  6. The Letter boxes that I was looking for were the ones where you have the notebook and the stamp and you hide a notebook and people stamp and sign their name and then at the end of summer you go get the letter box you hid and then you see you was there. It sounds like fun. My family hasen’t started yet though. We’re getting there and we are finding a place to hide one of our own. We have some ideas, maybe you can find more about it and put some stuff about it on. But the idea you have on this website is cool too!

  7. This is like awesome, I should try it

  8. luv it!

  9. this is like a totally awesome idea

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