Combining 3D forms with spliced bike components, each letterform takes on a unique character.
The typeface is eye-catching in its own right – but when animated, really comes into its own.
"I started with 'B', where the idea was simple – 'B' for bicycle," Piekarski explains. "I wanted to mix a wheel or handle bar with the structure of part of the letter."
"I used Cinema 4D and After Effects. From a technical point of view, modelling the bicycle parts was the hardest. You can see all the little details in the breakdown (where all the parts lay on the floor). But in general, finding the time was the biggest challenge, juggling full-time work and life to complete all the project.
Piekarski moved to London from Warsaw to complete a VFX course at Escape Studios. He cut his teeth at Mainframe and DBLG before taking up his current position as a CG and motion designer at experimental creative studio FutureDeleux (opens in new tab).
Head over to Piekarski's Behance website (opens in new tab) to see more of his work.
Liked this? Read these...
- Browse our collection of the best free fonts (opens in new tab)
- Check out these artistic tattoo fonts (opens in new tab)
- Discover the hottest watercolor tattoo (opens in new tab) body art
- Looking for a graffiti font (opens in new tab)? Look no further
- These retro fonts (opens in new tab)will add a touch of nostalgia