TypeStar is a lyric visualizer created by Scott Garner that renders lyrics of a song in realtime according to a number of preset visualization schemes. Application is available as Mac, Windows and Linux download. (via creativeapplications.net)
“Unique Types is a special collection of fonts inspired by children suffering from physical disabilities. Each font is created under the Creative Common license and is free of rights and limitations on use.” The idea of this project is to inspire designers, typographers and digital artists challenging them to create unique fonts inspired by children […]
For the celebration of its 20th birthday Fontshop as created an excellent inforgraphic document. Let me remind also that this is growing for the next weeks.
HypeForType just launched their Exclusive Faces Volume.02 featuring the typography work of names such as Non-Format, Research Studios, Suprb, MWM Graphics and Richard Perez. Go check them out!
We would like to thanks all the participants, visitors and collaborators for the work that they’ve done until this moment, a special thanks to Hype For Type for the collaboration in the typeface competition that was a very nice surprise. The winner was Shane Bzdok which you can a small biography in the next lines. […]
Michael Lebovitz from Big Spaceship made a great work with user interaction and typography.
This is a project of Evan Stremke, a poster where he lays down the Rules of Typography, not only this is a great reminder to have on any design studio but it’s also free for download.
After some thoughts on the submissions we had, we have come to find a winner of the competition that us, Typeforyou and Hypefortype created. The winner of this competition was Shane Bzdok with a very nice crafted typeface that we in the end thought it was the best.We want to thank all of the participants, […]
To celebrate the launch of the Turkish version of the journal, the New York Times created a video of the most remarkable landscapes of Manhattan and Istanbul using typography. A great piece of work where type once more proves to be something unquestionable. View the video
Yamaguchi work is around calligraphy, graffiti, typography and sound and his new installation at Open Space Exhibition 2009 in Tokyo he presents a font he created while riding a bike equipped with a GPS on the streets of Shibuya. (via PSFK)
Hello Alex. 1- Tell us a little about yourself and your background. I’m a freelance senior designer / art director originally from Sheffield. I run a small studio called Thinkdust and also work alongside large digital agencies on large accounts for well known brands. 2 – When did you first notice your interest on design […]
Very nice work by Martin Plonka, creating two posters with Typeface Classification. Give it a check.