Graphic artist Anton Burmistrov based in London has made the sign shown on the glass door of the Imaginarium, a place for reading and relaxation located in the agency where he works. Inspired by the typographic style of the 19th century, the graphic designer composed of delicate vegetal ornamentation occurring letters. Discover in pictures the...
Argentinian graphic designer and illustrator Panco Sassano get this idea of customizing objects with smooth daily simpler design and plain colors. To do this he created amazing designs typographical about products’ theme and spirit, that’s giving a new funnier and more lively appearance.
The illustrator Simon Koay, based in Australia, has created an original and well thought alphabet, where each letter corresponds to the first name of a superhero, taking the characteristic elements of his costume or appearance. Every detail meticulously thought will delight fans of “pop culture”.
The Spanish design studio Muokkaa, sign a new series of colorful numbers, specially created for the Second Edition of the 36 Days of type, encouraging illustrators and graphic designers to share their own interpretation of numbers and letters.
The graphic designer Mario De Meyer participated in typography project “36 Days Of Type” which invites designers and illustrators from around the world to their own visions of letters and numbers. De Meyer has imagined every day for 36 consecutive days, letters and numbers representing the same sign but from different perspectives.
For his project “Do not play with your food”, the artist Alex Palazzi in collaboration with Dani Raya, has mixed food art and lettering producing this three pink edible candy sculptures. This gourmet and pink series is the result of a long association of materials and visual searches. For more information on the manufacturing process, the making-of...
“Floral Stamp Typography” is a stamp and typography created by the Greek designer Meni Chatzipanagiotou. With motifs of plants and botanical flowers on stamps, she carefully shaped each letter of the alphabet. Through a Speedball Lino Cutter, she carved out 47 pattern on rubber.
After the collaborative project with Xavier Casalta, the typographer Rémy Boiré back with a series of illustrations entitled “Compositions.” The project is the essence of a request made to his relatives: Select the transition from one song to which they are particularly sensitive to interpret drawing.
Kyle Robertson is a graphic designer from London. In a series of black and white posters, he plays with typography and graphic design according to the quote of a leading personalities.
“Brand by Hand” Sarah Marshall, a creative person living in New Zealand, is a typography project that seeks to explore the possibilities of logos for brands such as FedEx, Burger King, Subway, Flickr, YouTube, Skype, Evian and Coca-Cola. The logos were made by hand and kept their original colors.