We are suckers for experimental typography, especially when it’s served up as a nice tidy alphabet. This outstanding series by Madrid-based designer Alejandro “Alex” López Becerro is one such example. Becerro is crazy talented, and his 3D work is on the mark. We love the variety that’s showcased here, which seems to be key to really successful avant-garde, if you will, alphabet work. His choice of textures and colors elevate this project. And we are particularly impressed with Becerro’s ability to establish a great sense of setting through light and shadow. Be sure to check out some of his other work, he’s a master at what he does.

More alphabet posts here and here and here.

Via Behance

Becerro-01 Becerro-02 Becerro-03 Becerro-04 Becerro-05 Becerro-06 Becerro-07 Becerro-08 Becerro-09 Becerro-10 Becerro-11 Becerro-12 Becerro-13 Becerro-14 Becerro-15 Becerro-16 Becerro-17 Becerro-18 Becerro-19 Becerro-20 Becerro-21 Becerro-22 Becerro-23 Becerro-24 Becerro-25 Becerro-26 Becerro-27 Becerro-28

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