Miller, an assistant professor of art, says the three designs will be used in the Schools new admissions brochure.
He says he always has been intrigued by letters. Any new bit of informationsign, billboard or flea market itemattracted him first with letters.
Miller initially creates his works with brush and/or pen, then turns them into digital form with software. One of his recent projects involved creating a Hebrew typeface for the Michigan Jewish Online Education Project, work engendered by the U-Ms Academic Outreach Program.
With research focusing on calligraphic forms, Miller continues to explore the letter as form.