typography

Design Mar 26, 2013

Nike Typography with Wooden Slats by Txaber

Graphic designer Txaber has designed an original typography made of wooden slats for global sports manufacturer Nike. Titled “Just Type It,” the typography implements the visual aesthetic of the wood for a completely unique alphabet. Check… Read more
Art Jan 12, 2012

3D Typography Inspired by Famous Architects

If you love architecture and typography, then you are going to really be into this. UK-based graphic designer Christopher Labrooy pays homage to the work of famed architects like Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Toyo Ito, and Oscar Niemeyer with… Read more
Design Dec 13, 2011

Defenders of Comic Sans unite

There is revolution afoot in the world of Typography. Defenders of the font Comic Sans have banded together to try and bring a better understanding and appreciation to the often maligned type set. Casting recognizable brands and logos in… Read more
Uncategorized Jun 14, 2011

“Rudimentary Perfection” at Recoat Gallery

Scotland’s Recoat Gallery hosts the UK’s first comprehensive “Graffuturism” Exhibition titled “Rudimentary Perfection” from July 2, 2011. Curator Mark Lyken pulls together an impressive group of notable international artists linked by their… Read more
Art Mar 28, 2011

One-Liner Cards

Admittedly, this is light fare. However, the one line greetings and suggestions are nothing short of amusing. Thanks to BBC for the heads up. More one line madness after the leap. Read more
Art Dec 30, 2010

IFF Celebrates Typography Master

IFF’s next project is in part a celebration of the centenary of Roger Excoffon (1910-1983), the Marseille typographer & graphic designer responsible for numerous classic fonts such as Banco, Mistral, Antique Olive, Choc and others. IFF has… Read more
Design Dec 15, 2010

Reverting to Type

Reverting to Type opened last week in London. Curated by Graham Bignell and Richard Ardagh, of New North Press, the exhibition gathers contemporary letterpress practitioners from around the world. These artists are complemented by work from… Read more
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