What happens when you layer every single font, including the ugly ones, on top of one another? You get The Average Font, a typographic experiment by Vienna-based Moritz Resl. With over 900 typefaces installed on his computer, Resl wrote software that would use every single font with low opacity to create each character from a to z.

Watch and see how it a letter slowly comes together:

You can see all of the characters here.

The Average Font by Moritz Resl in main art  Category

The Average Font by Moritz Resl in main art  Category

The Average Font by Moritz Resl in main art  Category

The Average Font by Moritz Resl in main art  Category

The Average Font by Moritz Resl in main art  Category