A monogram was created using 11 lowercase letters of the typeface Frutiger. All of the letters used can be found in the last name of the typeface’s designer, Adrian Frutiger. The final monogram was printed as a template for a circuit board to capture Frutiger’s ‘personality’ as a typeface. This form was inspired by Frutiger’s straight, hard edges. The way that the letterforms flow in the monogram reminded me of electricity currents. Also taken into account was that Frutiger was specifically designed for the signage of Charles Du Gaulle airport; the typeface was designed to direct the flow of passengers through the airport.