Julien Lelievre is the Picasso of typography no matter what
A runner-up in a competition to redesign the Musée Picasso Paris, this proposed identity by Parisian Julien Lelièvre interprets the art and approach of Pablo Picasso in a way that is heavily reliant on typographic elements. By creating a family of hard-angled typefaces in visually constracting ways, this is a font that is described as a “Bell Centennial Bold Listing on steroids”. Lelièvre's creation was not the winner although it resembles quite expressively Picasso’s spirit and brilliant aesthetics. For more information (written in French) check here.