Coalesce is a typeface family whose framework was inspired by circumventing typographic standards of legibility. The unique forms of each letter distract AI from total comprehension. The typeface gets its name from coalescence, a process in physics in which droplets merge. The components of each letter are joined by flowing lines, creating organic, biomorphic shapes. Coalesce is available in three weights: regular, heavy, and mutated, displaying a range in legibility and life stages of the typeface.
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This typeface was created for 'Thesis 1' and ‘Thesis 2’ at Parsons School of Design, taught by Juliette Cezzar and Thomas Griffiths in Fall 2021 - Spring 2022.