Fourth-Dimension Font Friday

"Oxymora" font
This font will make your brain hurt

Oxymora is a typeface that evokes the twisting, non-Euclidian geometry of MC Escher’s artwork

(Birgit Palma/Cargo Collective/Inspiration Hut)

Impossible, twisting geometric artwork abounds across the internet (see The Verge‘s logo for one prominent example). So it seems high time that someone made a similarly reality-defying font. “Oxymora” is it, transforming the familiar forms of English letters into bizarre, spatially confused 3D blocks that make your brain hurt. It was created by Barcelona-based illustrator and designer Birgit Palma, who says she was inspired by the work of brain-teasing artist MC Escher. As she tells us:

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