Hand painted objects by Dirty Bandits.
Feelers is a typographic experiment based on the movement of animal appendages by Ari Weinkle.
Experimental typographic project that combines the reflection on a mirror with paper letters cut by one of its axes. It results in modular compositions that once photographed suggest 3D images.
Typophonic is a collection of typographically driven 12-inch record covers from the 1950s through the 1980s. Some of the sleeves are type-only and some use type as a key element of the design. They’re all unique and speak to what was special about this area of design that has often been the most dynamic and experimental outlet for graphic designers.
Chinatown is a Chinese translation of the trademarks in a graphical way. It’s a carefully arranged series of artworks by Mehmet Gözetlik showcasing 20 well-known western brand logos with maintained visual and narrative continuity.
A short video demonstrating calligraphy & lettering techniques by Ged Palmer.
Pokras Lampas tiene tanto talento creando sus características caligrafías como escogiendo sus particulares lienzos.
En las últimas pinturas de la artista Jen Mann proyecta pequeños mensajes sobre rostros femeninos. Todo un alarde de técnica.
An animated ABC book of freaks, spooks, and scares to celebrate Halloween by Adam Osgood.
A tour of Brooklyn and Queens with James Victore, looking at, talking about and trying to make sense of type on the street.
Preciosas fotografías en blanco y negro con letras en dorado e imposibles formas geometrías bidimensionales, creaciones de Laia Blesa.
Type of Letters is a typography treatment created from letters, postcards, newspapers, packages, direct mailers. By Niral Parekh.
The best marriage on the internet: Art and hip hop according to Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano.
Homelessfonts is an Arrels Foundation initiative which consists of creating a collection of typefaces based on the handwriting of homeless. The idea behind these typefaces is for big brands to use them in their advertising and corporate announcements. All the proceeds go to the Arrels Foundation.
Series of posters exploring the form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters acting as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures.
No todas las tipografías son sobre papel. Impresionante el dominio que tienen de unas herramientas tan bastas.