“Like mushrooms themselves, the font changes unpredictably, illustrating how fungi can be both an aesthetic and a methodology for rethinking how images and objects can form and grow.”
– Francesca Gavin, writer and curator, on the generative typeface Hypha that is based on mycelial growth. Developed by design studios Pentagram and Counterpoint for the Gavin-curated “Mushrooms: The Art, Design and Future of Fungi” at London’s Somerset House, Hypha is now available as an online tool.

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