Assyrian Alphabet by marodeen
Sku :  AP2

Typography from the Greek words typos "form" and graphein "to write" is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language most appealing to learning and recognition.

Typography traces its origins to the first punches and dies used to make seals and currency in ancient times. The uneven spacing of the impressions on brick stamps found in the Mesopotamian cities of Uruk and Larsa. dating from the 2nd millennium BC. may have been evidence of type where the reuse of identical characters were applied to create cuneiform text. Babylonian cylinder seals were used to create an impression on a surface by rolling the seal on wet clay.

I love to design different typeface just the movement of the line and the sound that each letter will have is just like a music for me. I design this typeface in 1990 base on Art Deco movement another way to look at Assyrian alphabet.

It is embossed foil hot stamp copper foil I print them on five different color paper just to see the effect of copper foil on different background.

They are limited edition I destroy the original zinc plate that I made these print from.

Paper size: is 29 inches by 11 1/2 inches 

Regular Price  $75.00
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