TRIMORPH is an experimental fusion of geometric lines and futuristic style.
It was inspired by the lack of curious modern display fonts.
The idea was to incorporate geometry, but as a part of letter structure, which was an especially interesting task considering it was not a serif, which potentially could give more room for that. And after all, the idea pays off by generating many inventive letterform solutions.
It is a bold choice for posters, album covers, identity and packaging, headlines, oversize typography, and editorial design.