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Artist Joan Pons Moll uses typography to visualize running routes

— Typing Step by Step

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Joan Pons Moll launched an international movement by running the alphabet. He’s a graphic designer based on the tiny island of Menorca, Spain, or “the middle of nowhere”, as he calls it. Still, his open-source typeface transformed runners from around the globe into design collaborators, with only their sneakers and GPS as tools. Makeshift caught up with Moll to talk about how seeing the physical landscape as a canvas can enhance how we experience it.

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