Hundreds of cut-out paper letters tell the history of typefaces in this stop-motion animation by Canadian graphic designer Ben Barrett-Forrest. Starting in the fifteenth century The History of Typography charts the major innovations in font design up to the present day … Continue reading
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Final version and presentation of the new typeface: Mirò 2013. Specifications: style – regular, availability – uppercase only, usage – affiches, headlines, short text, web. Experimental display typeface based on Joan Mirò’s works, for setting short paragraphs, simple lines or … Continue reading
Logo final version and presentation.
Here are the last manual sketches for the new font à la Mirò.
Paper-cut letters for logo design: full color, greyscale and negative.
For improvement susceptible is a study of street signs. Did you ever look around in your city? Did you notice how many aesthetically and typographically unacceptable signs are hanging around? Just a bit of an attention and good taste and … Continue reading
Third round of sketches for the new font. Simplified and more subtile.
Second round of sketches for the new font. Every letter is with more versions, in smaller size. I still find them a bit robust, I think I will need to simplify them.
Project lettertype design is about creating a new font. For inspiration we got a list of 12 artists, we needed to choose one and than to create a new font based on his of her art visions. I went for Joan Miró. … Continue reading