Yearbook of Type II by Slanted

Type foundries: 29Letters, A is for…, AB Type Foundry, ADTypo, AinsiFont, Atelier télescopique, Atlas Font Foundry, Baldinger Vu-Huu, binnenland, Bold Monday, Brownfox, Cape Arcona Type Foundry, Carrois Type Design, die Typonauten, dutchfonts, FaceType, Fatype, Font Bureau, Fontfabric, fontfarm.de, FontFont, FontMesa, Fontsmith, FONTYOU, Gestalten, Great Lakes Lettering, HVD Fonts, Indian Type Foundry, International House of Fonts,

Tarsila Schubert /murals

➔ Tarsila Schubert (1987) Born in Brazil. Visual artist, she develops her paintings inspired by music, nature, spirituality, science, philosophy and popular culture. Paintings, drawings, illustrations, animations and murals are the ways that the artist uses to express her creativity.

Akrobat free typeface by Fontfabric

“Akrobat is a modern sans serif font with condensed proportions. The typeface comes in 8 weights with a geometric aesthetics and slight neo-grotesque characteristic. It’s narrow proportions makes it perfect for headlines, logos, typographic compositions and short paragraphs of text. Akrobat contains more than 500 glyphs with a wide range of languages – extended Latin

Dala Prisma typeface

Dala Prisma is a development of the stencil typeface Dala Floda, replacing the solid forms with a series of stripes which vary in width, offering a wonderful optical effect. The family was conceived by Paul Barnes and drawn by Ben Kiel of Typefounding, using a purpose-built tool by the brilliant Frederik Berlaen, the creator of

Type Hybrid .Typography in Multilingual Design

Type Hybrid .Typography in Multilingual Design “Type Hybrid is a groundbreaking research into the specialist area. The book begins with a collection of 120 logotypes that feature synchronised multilingual details within a compact design. The showcase then expands to probe into 100 visual communication solutions. From corporate branding to event communications and packaging designs, each

Interactive Paper City by Snask

“The city was photographed with a street-view camera and programmed so visitors to the website could virtually walk around in it. Lots of quotes about the housing situation was collected from real people on social media and presented in the city. Visitors could make their voice heard by sharing their point of view and together

Ray Tomlinson inventor of the email

Raymond Samuel Tomlinson (April 23, 1941 – March 5, 2016) was a pioneering American computer programmer who implemented the first email program on the ARPANET system, the precursor to the Internet, in 1971. It was the first system able to send mail between users on different hosts connected to ARPANET. Previously, mail could be sent

Armenian Alphabet Monument

The Armenian Alphabet Monument is located in the village of Artashavan, at the east side bottom of Mt. Aragats. It was erected in 2005 to the 1600 anniversary of creation of the Armenian alphabet by the design of the famous Armenian architect Jim Torosyan. The monument is an interesting demonstration of the stone carvings of

Visual identity for the city of Porto

Visual identity for the city of Porto designed by White Studio (based in Porto) Client: Câmara Municipal do Porto. Art Direction: Eduardo Aires. Design project: Ana Simões, Raquel Rei. Designers: Ana Simões, Raquel Rei, Lucille Queriaud, Joana Mendes, Maria Sousa, Dário Cannatà. Motion: Tiago Campeã Photography: Alexandre Delmar Year: 2014

Lotta by Ichiro Iwasaki for iida

Lotta was designed by Ichiro Iwasaki for iida mobile in 2009. Still great today. “Born in Tokyo in 1965, from 1986 to 1991, Ichiro Iwasaki worked for Sony Design Center. In 1991 moved to Italy and started design activities in Milan. Established Iwasaki Design Studio in Tokyo in 1995. Discover more projects of this studio.

Alan Kitching’s A-Z of Letterpress

“A must for letterpress enthusiasts and graphic designers, this is a covetable showcase of Alan Kitching’s fount collection. Each page has been carefully created by Alan Kitching in collaboration with Angus Hyland, making this book a work of typographic art in its own right. Presented as an A to Z, the individual letters are divided