26 September 2016 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image

I aimed to bridge a gap between two distinctly different ideas, language and sound, through their one connection: speech. Specifically, it looked at the concept of tone. One can grasp an idea behind the meaning of a sentence even if he or she cannot understand the actual words being spoken. This happens by comprehending tone. Through the process of recording natural speech and using it to manipulate typography, digital language that lacks a sense of emotion, I gave life to static letterforms by creating a reference guide dictated by tone.

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Jody Zhou

I'm a motion graphics designer in Tokyo, Japan

Visual designer, specializing in motion graphics, previously based in New York City and currently exploring Tokyo.

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