3D Hebrew Font by Ohad Zlotnick
The font "Parallax" translates the grid rules of the Hebrew font "Haim" into 3D forms. These forms generate a new kind of font that exists in 3d space and interacts with viewer's viewpoint. New forms are being created as the viewer moves and changes his viewpoint. When the viewer reaches a certain point, the forms appears as they where flatend back into the 2D font. The name of the font "Parallax" comes from the optical phenomenon which enables it to exist. Parallax - The apparent change in the relative position of two points due to a change in the position of the observer.