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  • Caterina Bianchini's new posters are full of colour & bold typography

    "LUSH is a global cosmetic retailer that focuses on producing hair and beauty products that contain no parabens, chemicals or unnatural ingredients and are all handmade in England. They have over 1,000 stores worldwide," says Caterina Bianchini. "This poster series was created for a new flagship store they are opening in Rome, Italy. The concept behind all the posters was to create awareness around the selection of products LUSH creates and the all natural vision the companies caries. Working with the theme "The Art of Bathing" the designs have explored the use of high colour and bold typographic placement. Explosions of colour and typography coupled with giant bars of soap, bath bombs and plants make this project hard to miss!" Caterina Bianchini is a Designer and Art Director based in London. Her work challenges current design norms by experimenting with unique typographic layouts and beautifully curated colour palettes. By using a varied approach to projects, she has created a bold style of design that has received acknowledgement awards in the design industry.

    Check here for the full project

    *Text and images are from Caterina Bianchini's Behance account

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    01Nov
  • Debrecen competes for the ECC 2023 with a magnetic identity

    The city of The city of Debrecen is proudly competing to be the European Cultural Capital of 2023.  We created an identity for the candidate city based on the idea of people and culture attracting each other like magnetic fields do.

    See the complete project here

    In collaboration with:

    Attila ÁcsFruzsina FölföldiJózsef G Kiss, Lili Köves , Classmate Studio 

    Special thanks to:Attila Nagy, Ilka Olajos, László Molnár

    Debrecen Sans was designed also a characteristic open source font for the brand, so that participants and organisers can download and use it during the cultural capital year.

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    31Oct
  • Feed's concept on the vernacular shapes of Hochelaga custom made typeface

    "Hochelaga is a custom font drawn for the exhibition design of ABC:MTL presented at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in 2012–13. The exhibit was an open-source compendium of diverse strategies for understanding the city of Montreal, an urban abecedary with its evolving contents listed on the gallery walls. As the exhibition progressed, passed events were struck out with white stripes whose slight transparency betrayed the underlying messages. In the late 1970s, after the enactment of the Bill 101 (Charter of the French Language) in Quebec, a similar strategy was used by Montreal authorities in an effort to gallicize city street signs by whiting out english words like “Street,” “West,” etc. The vernacular shapes of Hochelaga refer directly to these old street signs, still standing in some neighbourhoods of the city."

    Project credits: 

    Client: Canadian Centre for Architecture

    Concept and documentation: Mathieu Dionne
    Design: Feed & Étienne Aubert Bonn
    Development: Coppers & Brasses

    See the full project here

    * Text and images takens from Feed's Behance portfolio

     

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    30Oct
  • Daniel Barkle's poster experiments are a type-lovers dream

    "This is an ongoing project," says Daniel Barkle,  "where I've documented the past 365 days, through reactionary typographic experiments. The concept and inspiration behind each individual print, comes directly from particular events and experiences. I've adopted an unscripted, abstract approach to my process and have simply pushed myself to explore trends and the use of the grid, through expressive typography."

    To see the full project check here and buy the prints here

    *Text and images taken from Daniel Barkle's Behance account

     

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    25Oct
  • Typical organization create Alpha waves for Skinner Box's LP

    "Alpha Waves is an LP of the Greek band Skinner Box released in April 2017'," comment Typical organization on their latest typographic inspired project. " In our design we make use of the ‘Lipogram’ (from Ancient Greek: λειπογράμματος, leipográmmatos, "leaving out a letter") known as a kind of constrained writing or word game consisting of writing paragraphs or longer works in which a particular letter or group of letters is avoided. By typeseting the complete lyrics of the album and separating the letter ‘A’ on one side of the cover a wave of A’s, or Alphas in Greek, is becoming obvious."

    Based in Athens, Greece Typical organization is working internationally on Typical matters. Shaping the mostly undefined ‘Type’ behind the already existing matter. We are advocated not to add new surfaces to the existing but instead aspiring to discover the ‘typical’ structure of any relevant subject. Typical ˈtɪpɪk(ə)l/ 1. having the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing 2. representative as a symbol; symbolic.

    *Text and images taken from Typical organization's Behance account

     

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    25Oct