Douglas Coupland voxel sculpture Harvey Nicols ad (top)
Voxelated Water in New York (bottom)
Mitsubai Tokyo Za Bor Architects (top)
Geometric Marilyn (bottom)
Research Question #3
Is there a place for Tactile Typography within the
emerging “New Aesthetic” Movement?
Space Invaders graﬃti Design Milk building (top)
Interface pillow (bottom)
Uniate: data-bending Thomas Squire: glitch Iggy (top)
James Hatley: animated gif (bottom)
Automatic light painting Michael Kosmicki: glitch book covers (top)
Sound Waveform bracelet (bottom)
Philip Stearns Glitch Textiles
The work might also be about touch itself, for example:
• touch a nerve
• like a slap in the face
• handy to have around
• rub you up the wrong way
• get under your skin
• put your ﬁnger on the problem
• hands tied behind your back
• out of your hands
• a little heavy-handed.
Final body of work will be tactile, typographic and
presented in a gallery in a way that encourages touch.
• large format art book
• new aesthetic furniture
• new aesthetic furnishings.