Category Archive: Typography

Surf

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These covers are from the publication Transworld Surf, redesigned by Wedge & Lever, an American design studio. In late 2011, we were hired to re-design TransWorld Surf magazine. Our objective was shifting the creative… Continue reading

Playtype

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      Playtype is an online type foundry established by the Copenhagen-based design agency, e-Types. All designers are passionate by typography ; they developed an amazing complete foundry concept: typeface, products, e-shop, concept… Continue reading

Cut-out Graphics

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    Cartildge Levene designed on-site these graphics for Tate Modern and its Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition. The artist used vinyl to stick to brickwork’s gallery. The idea was to catch visitors attention and to create an ‘happening’ before the… Continue reading

Comic Neue

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Since it was first included in Windows 95, Comic Sans has been the font of choice for millions users… whereas a lot of graphic designers reject it. Craig Rozynski, an Australian digital designer, decided… Continue reading

TYPE

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A Japanese optician created Type glasses: a new design concept based on typefaces. Are you an unconditional Helvetica user? Are you definitely not a Comic Sans MS user? Well, now, everybody could see it… Continue reading

Résidus visuels, le livre

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La Chose Imprimée realized Résidus visuels. This book uses only braille typography. An interesting experience of lecture for everybody: sighted and partially-sighted persons. Partant d’une réflexion approfondie sur la tactilité et les matériaux, l’équipe… Continue reading