An experimental typographic project. I was interested in the concept of how do two mediums of spoken text and typography meet; what is the difference between the spoken and printed word. By using lip reading to translate into the typographic forms. Our brains can translate a scribble on a page into a letter which can be used to communicate a sound, and so can a face. So the concept of snapshotting pinnacle points in the letter when spoken and narrating the snapshot by overlapping the letter over the picture. The thing I found most interesting about this outcome is how people react to it, you almost have to mime out the letter as you read it.