Being the type lovers that we are, it is great to see culinary packaging look as slick as it does here on the food in jars made by Spanish company Son Brusque. Son Brusque harvests and sells raw almonds, red peppers, olive oil and more in limited quantities,
Written by Guest Blogger Margherita Visentini Andreas Xenoulis has designed wonderful posters as a peculiar tribute to the Bauhaus: he’s created this work inspired by the typical principles of the “New Typography,” realized in geometric structure, simplicity of the forms and the original Bauhaus colors.
Cape Town based graphic designer and artist Jordan Metcalf was asked by Boston Magazine to create a toolkit for their 2012 ‘Best of Boston’ issue. The work includes a lock-up for the table of contents, an opening DPS for the section, and various sub-section headers. With editorial typography on our minds lately, Metcalf’s work flagged [...]
Rizon Parein is a bright example of the lucky ones who turned their passion into profession. With a fondness for 3D letter design, Parein dropped out of school at 17 and started with flyers design for Belgian night clubs while freelancing for international agencies followed soon. Now, Parein has managed to build a successful career [...]
Though he is mainly known for his photography, Joshua Scott‘s most recent project, featured in BULLETT Magazine’s Obsessed issue, takes the perception of youth to a magnified level. Scott used Giorgio Sans Bold, a custom font that was created in collaboration with
A little goodie for you, fellow writers & bloggers – The Daily Drop Cap website offers you beautiful illustrated drop cap images to start your writing in style! The project, created in 2009 by designer & illustrator Jessica Hische, introduces an illustrative initial cap posted daily (or at least regularly), to “prettify the internet and beautify [...]
How talented is the Brooklyn based artist Dana Tanamachi! Her specialty is custom chalk lettering and she’s very good at it. As a typography lover, I really enjoy her detailed and very meticulous approach of the art! Watch below a time lapse video of her latest installation at the Ace Hotel.
There’s nothing basic about the ABCs created by London design consultancy Johnson Banks. When commissioned by their client Ravensbourne to test and showcase the in-house 3d prototyping skills and technology, they got to work creating a fantastic typographic project called Arkitypo.
Parsons illustration student Pallavi Gupta sent us her latest work “Morbus Alphabet”, to review. The typographic series is a study of disease and medicine. Each letter is a representation of one of the 26 diseases chosen. An alphabet book for adults, with the same simplicity, but a different kind of visual information. A major motive [...]
Paris is a new typeface by Moshik Nadav that was inspired by the world of fashion. Paris Typeface was designed to be used by the most popular fashion magazines and luxury brands. The typeface includes beautiful ligatures and sexy numerals. It includes 9 different styles: