Frustro Typeface

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Brand new from Gestalten, Frustro, is a display typeface that is based on the principles of the Penrose triangle. The typeface has what is called multistable perception phenomena or also known as visual ambiguity, as it difficult for the eye to see one unique interpretation. Frustro was designed by Márton Hegedűs, who lives in Budapest and is currently studying graphic design at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Frustro is available through the Gestalten website.

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