Rubik's Cube Hand Stamp Prints An Entire Font

Rubik's Cube Hand Stamp Prints An Entire Font

Taryn Williford
May 22, 2009

Sometimes the best gadgets are the ones that aren't really gadgets at all. This little Gizmo is a pretty simple Rubik's Cube design—well, as simple as a Rubik's Cube can naturally be—with a bunch of rubber shapes glued to each outward facing side of each cube. The result is a stylized alphabet stamp that gives you a unique font with a pixelated touch.

The Rubik's Cube Typographic Font Generator was designed by Liverpool School of Art & Design student Jas Bhachu as part of a project where students were challenged to produce a visual representation of the word 'move.'

Even though he obviously chose to stamp the words he did because of the theme of the project, we love that this could be used to customize cards and stationery for announcements and invitations. It's a really cool and different way to create a unique font that is probably bound to change each time you need to use it.

Via OhGizmo!

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