Here is my first attempt with typographic stop motion. Hope you like it. [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/9VS4SsBl9oQ” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /]
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, […]
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.
Type For You and Hype For Type competition as come to an end, we will look trough the submissions and the winner should be announced soon. Stay tuned for more news.
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Here you can download PDF specimens of the typefaces made at the MA Typeface Design at the University of Reading from 2009. You can also see the Reflection on Practice essays on the font development, also contact details to the designers. MATD
This are some really impressive examples on how typography can be used to create something unique. Via pixelelement