Tut Tut Font

Typography, Photography

Tut Tut Font

Typography, Photography

Tut Tut Font

Typography, Photography

 

Tut Tut Font

Typography, Photography


Tut Tut Font

Typography, Photography

Tut tut is a typography project inspired by an abstract street dance known as Tutting. Similar to many other free forms you see in modern offshoots of breakdancing, the dance itself was inspired by Egyptianhieroglyphics, the name derived from Tutankhamun. If you have seen street dancing, you have probably come across this form before. It is a robotic movement, rather fluid with emphasis on the way the hands move along with the limbs.

Tut tut is a typography project inspired by an abstract street dance known as Tutting. Similar to many other free forms you see in modern offshoots of breakdancing, the dance itself was inspired by Egyptianhieroglyphics, the name derived from Tutankhamun. If you have seen street dancing, you have probably come across this form before. It is a robotic movement, rather fluid with emphasis on the way the hands move along with the limbs.

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Jonathan Key is an Artist, Designer & Creative Director of 3:AM.
His artwork explores themes of humanity, psychedelia & visions.