Art and Business

Piet Parra is a Dutch artist who lives and works in Amsterdam. He began creating posters and gradually became a famous artist. His most known characters are surreal humanoid birds that carry a pop aesthetic. With his peculiar color palette Parra appears in several segments. He works with painting, animation, drawing and sculpture as well…

Roman typography

During his stay in Rome, American designer Paul Soulellis has been doing a lot more than just visiting museums and tasting succulent pasta – he’s also developing an interesting artistic project. Having arrived at the Italian capital in January, he has spent the last days of his stay registering the amazing typography that fills the…

100% manual typography

Lucas Neumann de Antonio is a Brazilian designer who can boast of having created a 100% manual typography – in every aspect you can imagine. Handwritten Typeface is the name of the project where Lucas contorts his own hands to compose the letters of the alphabet. Check it out: Via + Info: Site: Lucas Neumann…

Word on the Streets

American poet Allen Ginsberg once stated that Richard Nagler’s photographs were “picture poems”. Indeed, the works presented by the American photographer on his third book can be interpreted as succinct haikus that spotlight the most deep human aspects. Word on the Street, first published by Heyday last November, is an assemblage of 70 pictures taken…

Make it better

The New Year always brings us new projects, goals, challenges and hopes. And what everybody wants is to make it better this time. That’s the idea behind the Make it Better video, featured below. The animated sequence was developed by Climent Canal studio in partnership with Sebastián Baptista (who also animated Buildings & Vampires, shown…

Online font browser

Developed by Fahri Özkaramanlı, the site Wordmark.it works as an online font browser, showing all typography options installed in your computer side by side. By using it, you don’t need to waste time (and patience) anymore, changing your project’s typeface until you find a font that fits right into it. It’s simple to use: just…

London in detail

Have you ever wandered through the streets of London and noticed something so subtle that most people wouldn’t normally see? That’s exactly the kind of detail the site Letterpool wants to show. Focusing on the capital of England, the project receives pictures of marks, graffitis, letterings, signs, billboards… – anything that can reveal the city’s…

May the force of Typography be with you

H-57 Creative Station is an Italian advertising agency whose works present an extremely careful typographic design. In fact, they consider themselves a mixture of a design studio, advertising agency and experimental laboratory. In order to highlight such qualities, they’ve created a series of Star-Wars-inspired ads under the motto May the force of Typography be with…

Custom-made typography

HandMadeFont is an Estonian design studio focused in creating different and unique typography projects. Bringing to their work all kinds of themes and styles, the founders Vladmir Loginov and Maksim Logino define their company as unique in the market, always striving for new ways of developing typefaces. Check out their most recent projects and keep…

Animated typography

When it comes to typography, we usually think of printed messages. But there are people experimenting new ways of conceiving types, such as the thinking minds of Calango, a Dutch animation studio. Moshun is the name of the animated font created by them, and you can check it out right below. Moshun from Jeroen Krielaars…