Frustro: The Impossible Font
Hungarian designer Martzi Hegedűs has created the original font, named Frustro, which is based on the idea of impossible objects. This is one of the types of optical illusions. Like the classic Penrose Triangle, the letters of this font appears to be facing two different directions simultaneously, and it is impossible to create a 3D-model for them.
The Penrose Triangle
Martzi Hegedűs explains in his blog how he achieved this effect using as the example of the letter 'R': he combines the left upper and right lower part of the two 3D-models, and then he draws a projection.
Here is the complete set of symbols.
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