Inspiration Lab


Jacopo Severitano
September 12, 2012, 7:26 am
Filed under: Graphic Design, Typography

There is something about the alphabets by Jacopo Severitano that I LOVE. I just gave an interview on current trends pinpointing a kind of modern ornament in a monoline style and his work is totally it. Check out the Hecatoncheir project too.

See more: http://rendez-vous.prosite.com/



Pierre Delort
September 11, 2012, 8:23 am
Filed under: Typography

I do love when things are done in actual life and not just photoshopped. I guess Pierre Delort’s work is a bit of each, or he’s just that FREAKING good! ;-) I think these pieces are immaculately done. Love it!

See more: http://www.pierredelort.com



Jenny Kyvik Hutchens
August 28, 2012, 9:24 am
Filed under: Typography

Check out this elastic font by young UK designer Jenny Kyvik Hutchens. I really love the shape of the letters and how the material (the rubber bands) has influenced the way it looks.

See more: http://www.jennyhutchens.com



The Organic Type
July 5, 2012, 7:26 am
Filed under: Typography

So from plastic yesterday to organic today. I’m excited to use some of the sets from The Organic Type on a project because I have such a softspot for letterpress. They come as highres PSDs and then you can knock yourselves out with playbill block like type. I’m quite curious to see if this beats my acetone tecnique.

See more: http://www.theorganictype.com



Deanne Cheuk
June 14, 2012, 8:14 am
Filed under: Graphic Design, Illustration/Art, Typography

Ohh how I love the wonderfully pretty and feminine world of Deanne Cheuk. I noticed her embroidered cover for Gestalten and of course I was sold. I also love the typework that she has done on numerous editorial openers. Especially the one using Jonathan Barnbrook’s font Tourette which I ADORE!

See more: http://www.deannecheuk.com

 



Vespasiano Amphiareo
June 7, 2012, 8:58 pm
Filed under: Typography

Was doing a bit of cleaning on my harddrive when I came across these scans from Vespasiano Amphiareo book on writing from 1548. I am always amazed to see what was done by hand in those days. Somehow it makes me sad that I don’t have skills remotely like this when it comes to handwriting. But still, I do so enjoy looking through stuff like this because it’s just still stunning.



Atipo
June 5, 2012, 9:33 pm
Filed under: Photography, Typography

Uhhhh I really want these posters by Spanish Atipo. Just LOVE that they’re called Fontfaces. Such a good title. But wouldn’t it actually be more correct to call them typefaces? OK enough of the nerd talk, love them no matter what!

See more: http://www.atipo.es/



Ambroise by Porchez Typofonderie
May 31, 2012, 9:51 pm
Filed under: Typography

Oh yum! Look it this little number by Porchez Typofonderie. It’s a moderne take on a neo classisistic font I’d say. And isn’t it just so special? It’s definitely in my virtual shopping basket.

See more: http://www.myfonts.com/search/ambroise/fonts/

 



Marian by Paul Barnes
May 10, 2012, 7:15 am
Filed under: Typography

I have fallen in love with a new font by Paul Barnes. It’s called Marian and it comes in a huge variety of romans and italics, even a black letter version. Don’t know where the name comes from but I wonder if it’s a Bantjes homage. There is something about it that reminds me of her work.

See more: http://commercialtype.com/typefaces/marian

 



Joel Holland
May 7, 2012, 7:15 pm
Filed under: Typography

Being a big fan of hand lettering I am also a big fan of Joel Holland. I keep wanting to practice my handwriting just never get around to doing it. Am I the only one whose once pretty handwriting now looks like 5 year old’s?

http://www.jmhillustration.com/




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