Ruslan Khasanov has become quite a popular guy lately. I’ve seen his work around quite a bit, mostly his liquid calligraphy project, but I think this pixel distortion typography is way more cool. You know how you could see the RGB pixels in old televisions? Imagine that but with a refractive layer of a watery substance on top, spelling out letters. That’s what this project is, and it looks frigging awesome. It’s cool because the alphabet from afar seems nearly greyscale, but once you get closer or change your perspective the letters become almost neon. Really spectacular work.
Found through It’s Nice That