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The Weather Project.




A collection of typographic studies conducted by writing the same weather report with a different set of rules for each iteration. This project was originally conceived by Dan Friedman in the 1970s as a method of teaching typographic rhythm, harmony, and proportion and addressing the onset of computer generated images. By recreating this project in 2013, we are able to focus on the basics of typography and the current culture of images.




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