G T: Selected generative typography projects between 2011 and 2014 by Kyuha Shim

In the realm of contemporary graphic design, a convergence of computational thinking and parametric design methods has taken center stage. This dynamic fusion encompasses various aspects, ranging from the development of digital fonts to the integration of sophisticated tools and effects within software applications.
Designers today actively engage in programming bespoke tools tailored to their specific needs, thereby transforming the computer from a mere tool into a potent medium. This medium adeptly translates the intricate logic of designers into computational systems that, in turn, automate their artistic abstractions with remarkable precision and speed.
Within this context, G T emerges as an exemplar, showcasing the boundless potential of generative form-giving within typography through the adept utilization of algorithmic and real-time formations. The essence of form resides in the manipulation of parameters spanning diverse value ranges, culminating in a remarkably flexible and iterative process. As the values continually respond to incoming data, the typography evolves and adapts in a dynamic dance of creative expression.

online _ Wired, Design Observer
in print _ Type on Screen (Lupton 2014), Data-driven Graphic Design (Richardson 2016), GRAPHIC 34: XS, form 256

Cooper Hewitt National Design Triennial, Beijing Design Week: International Poster, GRAPHIC: XS, London Design Festival, RCA Research Biennial, SHAPE, Graphics RCA 50, JVE's A2 Duplicator

ADAA, A'design award, AIGA BoNE Show, Core77 design award, Graphis, idesignawards, ISTD, red dot, Tokyo TDC, output award