Emil Kozak — Circulitos

circulitos

Emil Kozak wrote us an email saying he just added the category Fonts to his Shop.
He only has one font available at the moment: Circulitos. Some interesting patterns you can create with this one, and only 5€. Looking forward to see more additions…

Emil Kozak is from a small town in Denmark, and was inspired to take on graphic design as a result of his life long passion for skateboarding.

He began at an early age to develop his skills, inspired by skateboard-art and the result today is a unique artist with brilliant ideas. The style is fresh and positive, but often with a message that digs deeper. He is a master of composition and has an eye for detail, that is not seen very often. Typographic, clean lines and few colors is often how Emil Kozak`s artwork is described. Yet, there is always an unexpected surprise: obscure references, playing with words, codes and hints.

As a result his work has been exhibited widely in Europe and US, appeared in numerous magazines and featured on websites. He has produced design and artwork for clients such as Instant Winner (US), Graniph (JP), Ykiki (DK), ELEMENT (US), Monsieur T (FR/US), Blah Apparel (DK), LAB (DK), Streetmachine (US, FR, DK), VANS (US), Eastpak (US), Philip Braunstein (BRA), D:A:D (DK), Planet Earth (US), Hulger (UK) and Norse (DK)

Bio from his behance.

Device Studio, from Barcelona.

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Device Studio is a Barcelona based audiovisual design studio, founded in 2008.

Marcelo wrote us an email presenting their interesting type experiments:

We are a multidisciplinary creative hub focused on new media platforms and motion
graphics, offering direction and art direction from concept to delivery.

We love to experiment, work and combine different creative techniques
and solutions such as physical installations,
space interventions, electronics, experimental coding,
street art and nasty visual outputs.

 

Check out their site: www.devicers.com

Rodrigo Sanchez Interview

Read this nice interview at SpeakUp with the Art Director of METROPOLI, Rodrigo Sanchez, that recently won a Type Directors Club award.

Rodrigo joined El Mundo in 1992, where he is the Art Director of three of the newspaper’s supplements along with other tasks required by the large publishing group. Since graduating from Universidad Computense de Madrid, Rodrigo has been working in the editorial field: The finance magazine Mercado, was the first job that offered him design control; he then joined El Sol in 1990 where he met legendary editorial designers Roger Black and Eduardo Danilo (of Danilo Black) whom he credits for opening his mind (and doors) to editorial design of the highest quality. For the last 15 years Rodrigo has been producing covers for Metrópoli that defy normal design routines and display a wonderful range of visual executions that range from the expected to the short-of-breath-magnificent.


Here’s a gallery of 50 front covers of Metropoli, to open your appetite.