Our journey began when a mural with the word "love" was defaced by an unknown group of people. The marks left behind on the mural inspired the unique symbols and characters that makeup Langue. These symbols represent our collective spirit and our desire for a better future, one where communication is free and open and where the power of language is shared equally among all people. We see Langue as a way to empower individuals and communities to express themselves in new and creative ways.
It is a language that transcends borders, cultures, and ideologies. It is a language that unites us in our quest for a more just and equitable world. Our group goes out at night, armed with spray paint and stencils, to cover all kinds of typography on the streets with Langue. We do this not out of vandalism but out of a fierce belief in our language system and the power of its message. We believe that Langue is the only language worth using, and we fiercely protect it.
We believe that Langue is the only language worth using, and we fiercely protect it. As we continue to fight
for a better future, we must remember that our language system is a tool for resistance and empowerment.
It is a way to challenge the status quo and to create
a new narrative that reflects our shared values and aspirations. We are a typography group that is fighting for a better world, and we will not rest until our message is heard and our vision is realized.