6. Unvetica


Unvetica is an exploration of the relationship between type and folding using Helvetica letters from A-Z and a-z. The alphabet (in lowercase and uppercase) was printed on folded sheets of paper that follow a random sequence of various types of folds and actions: mountain, valley, universal, unfold, turn-over, crumple, gather, hem, twist, and compress. This unfolding of type on paper results in puzzling fragments and ink textures on a material that has been folded and manipulated. This undoing of Helvetica is Unvetica.