Artist Makes Soft and Syrupy Typography Visuals that Flow and Mutate – Design You Trust

Artist Makes Soft and Syrupy Typography Visuals that Flow and Mutate

It’s easy to get lost in the constant stream of visuals we are surrounded by daily. This visual fatigue can either be a challenge or an inspiration for visual artists — offering a thrilling opportunity to explore new styles and technologies.

Russian artist Elena Mosyakina aka NXCSS works with what she describes as “hybrid layers”: graphics made from everything at once including fonts, drawings, and visual effects. The result is ironic and gloomy at the same time, with visual nods both to sci-fi world and heavy metal typography. As a digital native, NXCSS borrows and marries disparate styles and influences, while striving to create her own unique style relevant to pop culture in Russia and globally, too.

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