Richard J. Evans has created this piece “Information Leak,” which includes laser-cut wooden letters. It was his final project while at FEED, Matthew Boulton College. He explains, “What I tried to do was visually represent the way information is so easily leaked into today’s society, through the Internet and television. Pretty much anything you can imagine, you can get your hands on. With such an abundance of information, I feel as though it over-flows into our lives and the typography is purposefully hard to read to reflect this.” Flowing like a faucet, nice work.

[via Designboom]