This is real world design 😖
Right at the brink of illegibility
Kimya and I designed our own typographic wedding invitations – this post documents the long process of getting them made.
Last night I had the fortune to attend the opening of a wonderful exhibition for the Japanese typographer Kohei Sugiura.
Some nice letters found on my first trip to Faenza.
Klaus giving a guided tour of his show.
I love this work.
The newest type craze:
The hot new trend in typography is not embedding – no, it’s not @font-face or even Typekit. It is printed neither offset nor digitally. Best of all, it is possibly the greenest form of design! Forget about the silly, over-hyped Eco Font, this typography needs no paper or toner whatsoever; it doesn’t even use fonts. It only requires a pen (or some paint) and a volunteer! This hot typographic trend simply uses the human body as the canvas. Not exactly a new concept, but some recent developments are still worth sharing (i.e. not innovative, but nice to look at).
The other day I came across a recent statement by Jimmy Luu, faculty in graphic design at the […]
Part 2 of a collection of nice typographic examples in Berlin.