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    I have worked on the Oriya script as a part of my advanced typography course. The course was about exploring the form, structure, understanding t… Read More
    I have worked on the Oriya script as a part of my advanced typography course. The course was about exploring the form, structure, understanding the relationship between language and content, working with a typographic idea and most importantly using typography as a tool of communication. Read Less
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I have used the Oriya script as a part of my advanced typography course. Oriya belongs to the Brahmi script but has been hugely influenced by Dravidian scripts; hence the complete structures and beautiful curves. 
 
 
These are bi-lingual posters of an Oriya poem which translates as,  " A morning in winter " by Mayadhar Mansingh. 
 
 
Three oriya melodramatic love quotes have been used on a diary, a t - shirt, and a A1 size poster.
" One plus one in math makes two, but one plus one in oriya makes One "
I've tried to show how the letters are merging into each other, almost like closing in together; or in the process of it. Through this I've tried to represent the merger of one and one in love. 
 
" You are my tuberose, and I am your flower garland "
This shirt has a graphic that runs from front to the back. Using type I've tried to represent the feeling of a garland running through the t shirt. 
 
" I wish we had met earlier, because then we would have had more time to embrace the warmth of each others lips or embrace the kiss "
The poster has many hate words in red, and the love quote trickles out of/down from the hate words. I've tried to highlight the melodrama of the quote by bringing about contrast between hate and love words in the poster.