When I studied computer vision during my Masters degree, one of the pieces of equipment we would use was a special computational camera. It was capable of looking at a sample from all possible viewing angles – similar to tilting your head through all angles of a hemisphere incrementally and looking at something. It would then reconstruct that multi view image into a single composition. The images were very beautiful. It was the same object but you saw it in a whole new way.
This work applies that idea to letterforms. Each stroke and part of the letter is full of beauty. But we often don’t see it as we are looking at the letter as a whole. What might happen if we start highlighting the individual parts of the letter, but yet suggest it’s composite form?