Dreams have always been an intriguing part of the human experience. Cultures around the world have tried to explain what they are, projecting their thoughts and interpretations to make sense out of the unknown.
As humans, we have a hard time dealing with ambiguity, It bothers us tremendously, and that is because we have a natural tendency to identify and categorize information in order to navigate the world to survive. With type, I want to explore the idea of the conscious mind dealing with the unconscious, how does it look like to dream typography? how does giving form to the formless looks like?
Check out the process behind these experiments and the outcomes on my Behance:
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