Tag Archives: typography

Wearable Lettering

Wearable Lettering is a project by designer Amandine Alessandra. She also created this nifty clock and website for Optimus Kanguru Kolors using the same concept of wearable typography. (via quipsologies)

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Cigarette Pack Typography

Graphic designer Max Prediger created an entire alphabet using cleverly folded and embedded NIL cigarette boxes. See the entire alphabet in all its glory here.

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Typographic World Map

A killer typographic world map by Chicago-based designer Nancy McCabe available on Etsy, and a watercolor variation. This doesn’t look like it was time-consuming at all. (via designzine)

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Character is a project based in Finland that converts dismantled signs into individual art objects which can be purchased online here. These photos by Johan Warden make the project all the more striking.

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Paper Letters

Letters cut from paper by Jerome Coriger. (via quipsologies)

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London 2012 sculpture made from 31,010 coins

UK agency PrettyGreen made this awesome sign for Cadbury’s Race Season, a challenge to find the world’s fastest racers including the world’s fastest coin stacker. The work required the expertise of several 2D and 3D artists and took five days to construct utilizing 31,010 coins. Check out the making of video to see how they did it. (thnx, andy!)

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Alida Sayer

Alida Rosie Sayer graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2009 and by the following year had her first solo exhibition. Layering hundreds of carefully sliced screen prints, Sayer creates three-dimensional typographic forms in this series entitled There is no why using quotes from Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five.

The series of seven three-dimensional typographic illustrations were shown in their entirety at a solo exhibition titled ‘There is no why’ at Marsden Woo Project Space, Marsden Woo Gallery (London) in June – July 2010. Each piece has been made without any digital processes: every sheet printed using traditional techniques, such as letterpress or screen-printing, and cut or constructed completely by hand.

Really incredible stuff. See also her beautifully sculpted atlas. All images copyright Alida Sayer. (via it’s nice that)

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