met•a•mor•phic•a (noun) /medəˈmôrfikə/
The word “metamorphica” is derived from the Greek word μεταμόρφωσις,
“transformation, transforming”, from μετα- (meta-), “change” and μορφή (morphe), “form”.
To undergo metamorphosis or to metamorphose is to experience, or cause a state of change or transformation in physical form, substance, character, or appearance. It is also the biological process in which dragonflies (Anisoptera) transform from nymphs which live underwater into colourful, winged insects.
Metamorphica is a typeface that merges the aspects of a humanist sans serif and the elements of calligraphy.
Inspired by the elegance and physique of dragonflies, it also features elaborate Art Nouveau whiplash swashes.