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For its latest commission from Wired UK, the Barcelona studio Lo Siento designed a typeface that required a syringe, bubble wrap, and some food coloring. They shaped the letters by individually injecting each tiny bubble with a mixture of water and food coloring using the syringe, and gave the text depth with a green and yellow contrast. According to designboom, Lo Siento wants to manipulate bubble wrap even more for the next lettering project: the plan is to introduce bacteria and other chemicals into the colored liquid so the text will slowly change colors, and in some cases, even start to disintegrate. 

See more from Lo Siento online.