A type of Show #3
I love typography. Typography is entitled to be voted a long lasting fascination. Superbly conceptualized, crafted and staged – these projects caught my eye.
Rumor, an urban event dedicated to fashion and lifestyle depicts an over extended ‘O’ which acts as a close ‘circuit’ – of the 4 meshed into 1 events.
Designed by Tomasz Biskuprumor.
Subtle or not subtle advice – love the iconographic feel of the – (L)EARN archival quality print available for purchase and designed by Neuarmy Surplus.
Mockups of the graphic identity standards manual for the Ville de Charleroi (which translates as City of Charles the King). The modernization of such an ‘antique’ name is a tour de force.
Superb conceptual thinking by Pam & Jenny.
Reminds me of the adage: the ‘buck stops here’. The plied shoe seems to do – putting a stop to ‘dropping’ text copy.
Theater Biel Solothurn – multi years awarded poster by Stephan Bundi.
Melting moon surface + spiking waves infer to some kind of a music event. The diagonal slicing of capitalized letters in color give it edginess. Intriguing ‘Windows pop-up‘ appearing behind a wave.
RAW poster – designer unknown.
To be caught between a rock and a hard place would not be whimsical if applied to this Rock postcard. Irresistible red striped (eye) candy type floating over a vintage picture of cliffs near Brighton, UK.
Deliciously prepared by Steven Wilson.
Clay table setting staging and montage by Alexandra Bruel for the Fricote cover – issue #2. Superb hand-drawn logotypo.
Gateways Exhibition deconstructed signage using uncovered books (brilliant hint to how book serve as imagination gateways) which is the central theme of exhibit.
Designed by Andrew Howard.
Transliteration effect and play on words for the Stack Architects corporate identity by now defunct The Consult, UK.
A huge labyrinth of underground rooms which follow one another for more than thirteen kilometers. The Karst Family series of 3 posters by Aldo Pullela.