I think that the above image is particularly interesting. It appears as though the designer has created a typeface by distorting letters on a scanner or photocopier, just slightly so that the text is still east to read. This gives the typeface a lovely organic, moving quality, and I like the fact that rather than being created on photoshop or another such program, a designer has taken the time to create this using much more basic techniques. This, to me, makes the work endlessly more interesting, as I wonder how much experimentation and how many tries it took to get the desired effect. This could be the product of real trial-and-error. Alternatively however, this could be a piece of very spontaneous work, the designer dragging it once across a photocopier and leaving it as that. Either way, I think that this is a beautifully simple piece of design, and I love the process involved.
After looking at Tsuguya Inoue's work, I found a blog on similar scanned images that were distorted, or "mistakes." I want to experiment with similar techniques to maybe create my own fonts or to distort my own images. I love the pixilated and blurred quality of many of these scans, and each is such a unique image, which although unintentional, sometimes creates some fantastic effects.