Tania Alvarez,Lettering for The New York Times Sunday Magazine(2010)
Ilana Bandarovsky,Hand type book(2010)
HAND TYPE BOOK 24 words; 24 hand-drawn typographic solutions.
Howard Jones,Gliding is our passion(2010)
its like a view from the sky. so curious about the dimension. it looks like huge but at the same time could be really small…
Andy Lund,Labreche Capabilities Illustrations(2010)
Stationaries are laid out very clean. I wanna see the messy version of this as a set.
sofya ozdozkurt,crazy keyboard (2010)
what Jane created in the building type project can be applied on keyboard like this too!
Sasha Prood, watercolo typography(2010)
its interesting how watercolor creats solid lines of type.
The txtBOMBER is a one-hand-guerillia-tool - a machine not much bigger than a pressing iron - that generates political statements on the fly and immidiately prints them on any flat surface. If you feel you are part of our modern viewless generation, the txtBOMBER is the perfect tool for you! Just switch it on, it’s powered by a strong battery. And move it along a wall. It’s that easy to show your?its?someones? opinion of something?someone?! Hell! You should reconsider if you are keen enough to use it! The txtBOMBER has seven build-in pens to “print” the letters and a micro-controller-brain (Arduino), no need for a computer or any other brain.
Sofie Platou,You know slab (2010)
You Know Slab is a heavy weight slab typeface designed for posters and editorial usage. The idea was to combine the modern “fat” font, with the old western slab serif in hope of creating something softer and more retro- looking. This was a two week school project at Westerdals.
John Christenson, Nuzzles-wooden name puzzles (2010)
Nuzzles® are custom designed handmade wooden name puzzles, each with its own unique typographic style. Every puzzle is crafted from a single block of wood, and the letterforms interlock with each other in a way that creates a sense of harmony and integrity.
Maxx Valenti, Man Vs Ape (2010)
Man vs Ape is a font and book design inspired by the lyrics from an underground Midwest hip hop group E&A.