The third and final project for Experimental Typography we had to choose a color, and then research and find subjects related to that color. I immediately thought of the urban legend that eating green M&Ms makes you sexually aroused. I filled a large area with green M&Ms and removed them one by one as if they had been eaten, revealing the type. One of my other ideas involved oxidizing thin copper to create a green patina. Usually this occurs naturally, but I accelerated the process by treating thin copper sheets with sandpaper, vinegar and sea salt. When I achieved the desired result, I cut the sheets to create letterforms similar to those found in the typeface Clarendon.