For a tactile typography project, I undertook the challenge of creating a distinctive composition using real-world items. To achieve this, I used a combination of marshmallows, chocolate, graham crackers, and butterscotch chips, creating an intricate and captivating design that was both unique and visually appealing.
My biggest challenge during this project was working with the marshmallow to ensure it flowed and sat just right. This required me to experiment with various tools to apply the sticky and gooey marshmallow effectively. After much trial and error, I discovered that a metal chopstick was the most effective tool for applying the marshmallow to my design. So keep that in mind if you plan to use marshmallow goo in the future.
The resulting composition was a testament to my creativity and resourcefulness in using unconventional materials to create a striking and cohesive design. This project demonstrates my ability to utilize various materials to create a visually compelling composition effectively.

Materials/software used: Food items, Lightroom

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