26.06.08 by Jeff

Typography with lasers!

Laser Type by Oscar & Ewan. I love stuff like this – people coming up with “outside the box” ways of creating typefaces. High-powered laser pen, some mirrors, and a camera (and cigars apparently!).

I went snooping around their site and it looks like they’ve got some cool stuff planned for Roots Manuva’s new album.

Booooooom!

Head over to their site – you can contact them if you want the digitized version of the type.

http://www.oscarandewan.co.uk/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • How’d you get them to do BOOOOOOOM! Superstar! ahha

  • SaScHa

    Awesome stuff Hamada.

  • Shinead

    i wonder if they can do serif fonts with lazers!

  • they’d need to get alot more mirrors!

  • wow…some next level sh&t right there!

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