A typeface inspired and developed by Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto. It utilizes key elements seen in some of Yamamoto's famous designs—deconstruction, distortion, texture, subtlety, exaggerated forms, and a monochromatic color palette.
Amorphous was handcrafted utilizing a traditional serif base, then applying deconstructive elements to it, effectively masking the beauty of each letterform as Yamamoto does with his pieces. Remnants of the serifs contrast the fragmentation, recalling the beauty that exists beneath the distortion. Amorphous was then packaged into a process book that was stitch bound.