Archive for the 'Typography' Category

Studio Feed

Really enjoying the work of Studio Feed, founded in 1999 by Anouk Pennel and Raphaël Daudelin.


The controversial artist Kevin Harman is putting on a solo show of new and old artworks at the Old Ambulance Depot in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Known as the man who pinched two hundred doormats and smashed a scaffolding pole through a gallery window before exhibiting the results, Harman may cause controversy, but his artwork has proven to be far more constructive than destructive.

If your in the Edinburgh area, we would like to invite you to the opening which is taking place on Friday 4th March 2011 between 18:30 and 21:30. We are sure to be there.

— Opening
March 04 / 18:30 – 21:30

— Public Viewing
March 05 – 14 / 10:00 – 18:00

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Effektive – Updates

Effektive have just completed a tasty new job for Architecture + Design Scotland. They created a brand identity and a series of rivet bound, perforated postcard exhibition guides (Issue 1 and 2) and a poster/mailer for the education workshops for LOA+DS at The Lighthouse – A series of free architectural and design related exhibitions and workshops.

The current series issue 2 of exhibitions includes the Dundee V&A Architectural Design Competition entries which are now on display at The Lighthouse on Mitchell Lane in Glasgow and run until August.

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Brothers Maddison

Maddison Graphic is a small design studio formed in October 2006 by brothers Edward and Alfie Maddison. The Cambridgeshire based siblings have some lovely refined, clean work in their portfolio.


Construct describe themselves as a communications company that listen to their clients and produce intelligent, meaningful design. I have to agree.

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Penguin with (RED)

Recent collaboration between Penguin and Product (RED) has commissions from the likes of Non-Format and Studio Frith, for eight new cover of Penguin Classics.

Via CR.

Jazz Journal

I love this Jazz Journal by Portugal-based studio, Martino Jana Design. Classic typographic details make this newspaper sized journal energetic, interesting and contemporary.

You can also catch them at Behanced

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Jamie Mitchell


Beautifully simple and refined graphic design from Jamie Mitchell. Lovely

via via via QBN

Daren Newman

I came across typographer and illustrator, Newman, a while ago.

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Typedia is a community based resource website to help educate people about typefaces. Could be interesting



Set26 2

Love this oversized type furniture from Swiss company Set26. Would love a set of my initials for underwear


Human Resources regular Patrick Fry got in touch with news about his recently completed project titled No.Zine. It is a self initiated series of zines featuring a collection of young artists, writers, illustrators, photographers and designers. With the idea being that each of the zine’s content is based around the number of its issue. So really it’s a celebration of the power in numbers and how everything around us can relate to them.

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Post Typography

I came across these guy’s this morning. Pretty interesting portfolio of design and illustration, but the typography is the highlight here.

Daniel Freytag – Updates

Daniel Freytag has made some pretty nice design updates to his website. You might be already familiar with his V&A work (created during his time at Why Not Associates), which Jack recently posted.

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