Roberto Cecchi created and posted his Aierbazzi (which means “weeds”) font to his web site back in 2008. He has been experimenting with fonts creating illustrations in a simple format, and he has posted creative use of this font for non-commercial applications. The letters in the font are placed one above the other, layering and building a new shape. It’s an interesting concept, and I wanted to re-share it here.
Enter a word or phrase in to the box below to see how the illustration begins to emerge. On load, the illustration shows what “ZoomCreates” looks like. Numbers and symbols won’t work, so you must only use upper and lowercase A-Z characters. Also, no spaces allowed.