Deconstruction of Typography through the use of design can be widely seen visually implicated across a number of artists and designers, constantly arguing the boundaries of what we know as formal written type. We as readers are oblivious to what is actually considered as reading. By arranging words, characters, glyphs and spaces, we are able to fluently pass our eyes through text without confusion. The power of layout, form, spacing around images, truly pushes our understanding to the explantation of what we know as written language.
David Carson - Bark Paddle Book http://www.davidcarsondesign.com