Tag: "typography"

A Letterpress Film

A short film about letterpress and one of the few remaining movable-type printing workshops in the UK, situated at Plymouth University, featuring Paul Collier.

Unofficial Report London

A team of young creatives from Fabrica on a mission to capture the places, people and creativity of prominent events and festivals around the world.

New Handwriting Tools, workshop by Job Wouters / ECAL

Job Wouters aka Letman, well known for its lettering artworks, took out of his suitcase pencils and markers, as well as strange utensils much different than a typical pen and asked to his students to create, produce or divert objects from their original function to turn them into new handwriting tools.

4D lettering concrete version made by Michael Roschach for LoSiento

4D lettering concrete version made by Michael Roschach from Micromut for LoSiento Studio. This work is a version of 4D Typography that we published before.

Sony Music Timeline by Alex Fowkes

Emma Pike, VP Industry Relations, who commissioned the piece said, “The brief was to bring the inspiration of our music into the heart of our building and make our office space live and breathe our incredible musical legacy. Alex’s beautiful graphics and illustrations do exactly that.”

4D typography by Lo Siento Studio

Lo Siento is a small studio that specially enjoys taking over the whole concept of the identity projects. Its main feature is an organic and physical approach to the solutions, resulting in a field where graphic and industrial design dialogue, always searching an alliance with the artisan processes.

Ephemera III – The destruction of physical typography by Bogidar Mascareñas

Ephemera III – “What has been accumulated will be exhausted” relies on the fact that the enormous amount of elements presented which will be burned. Out of the 4 different posters which made the serie of Ephemera, this one could not be finished. For the process, the designer made a template with the sentence to be placing the 800 incense cones. The result: Police thinking the house was burning!

Ephemera I – The destruction of physical typography by Bogidar Mascareñas

“What has been built up will collapse” is the first poster of the ephemera collection. In this case the message was made out of jelly, a casting process and the experimentation of the characteristics of the material. Thus, the process starts with the creation of the molds that later on were filled with the jelly and solidified at low temperatures. Finally, the goal of the poster arrived once was exposed: Due to the temperature (20º) the material melt and the poster collapsed.

The making of fresh sox by Trip print press

A little over a year ago they started branding their good friend Konrad as the newly minted FreshSox. One of the final elements of his brand to get produced was his business card. During the design process, they knew they wanted to go the letterpress route. The tactile quality, vibrant colours and overall aesthetic has always appealed to them.

Colosseo: Remaining the roman coliseum with type

What began as a 10-year wedding anniversary to Rome concluded a year later as an artistic endeavor to reimagine the Coliseum with type. In March 2009, Cameron and his wife, Suzanne, spent several days in Rome to celebrate their 10-year anniversary. This was also a chance to observe in detail the Coliseum, which Cameron had already selected as the next subject in his series of letterpress posters

Change for the letter by Alex Trochut

Illustrator and typographer Alex Trochut synthesizes illustration and lettering like no other. The expressive, richly ornamented typography he creates ooze fluidity in which movement is practically palpable. One of the most sought after talents, he has created knockout work for the likes of Wired and The New York Times as well as clients including Adidas and Coca-Cola.

Banana “Nana serif” typography

Luiz Risi & Yomar Agusto had to boost banana sales, using only the 2,7 centimeter Chiquita-label as a medium. Together with my brazilian friend Yomar Augusto – graphic and type designer, they created a font made with Chiquita banana peels: the Nana Serif typography.


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