All of these posters could be seen as quick bursts of typographic sound. They are something like a set of alphabetic scores conjuring up the impression of noise. Significantly, each one isolates the components of written language, and, in so doing, prompts consideration of its nature as a whole. Just as Alan Fletcher argued that "Writing is Drawing is Writing," so these posters make it clear that "Letter is Language is Letter."
With an essay by Emily King.