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Designer Martzi Hegedus has developed a font called “Frustro,” which was inspired by the optical illusion “Penrose triangle.” Typography and images © Martzi Hegedus Link via Mighty Optical Illusions. http://illusion.scene360.com/design/28167/the-impossible-typeface/
Designer Martzi Hegedus has developed a font called “Frustro,” which was inspired by the optical illusion “Penrose triangle.”
Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedűs has created a single typeface, titled Frustro, on the sole premise of making it impossible. Based on the illusion of the Penrose triangle (which is by definition, an impossible object whose creator deemed it “impossibility in its purest form”) the type appears to be facing two different directions simultaneously.
Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedűs has created an impossible typeface, titled Frustro that is based on the illusion of the Penrose triangle.
Frustro typeface designed by Martzi Hegedus is inspired by Penrose Triangle-- what also inspired M.C. Escher.
The Impossible Font - I’m certain that most of you illusion purists are already very familiar with the Penrose triangle illusion as it has already been featured extensively on the site. That being said, this great impossible font titled “Frustro” by its creator Martzi Hegedűs brings an entirely new angle (pardon the phun) to this classic illusion.
Frustro: The impossible typeface Inspired by the famous Penrose triangle illusion, Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedűs created Frustro, a highly unconventional sans serif whose characters literally don't line up. In fact, each letterform appears to be facing in two different directions. Whether the font delights you or drives you crazy, there's no denying it makes an eye-catching display face. veer.com
"Impossible font", based on Reutersvärd's Penrose triangle and Escher's heritage. Wow!
Frustro, an impossible font based on the Penrose triangle.