"You forgive type. You read it around corners, because once you understand where you are; you see it at the beginning of a word, it's easy to follow" – Ellen Lupton
This is the first in a poster series I'm designing based on quotes I come across (well known or otherwise). I love things that are interactive, so the idea is to read the poster as it's folded, and as you flip and fold the poster around, the quote flows around the corners, through the front and back.
Just a fun lettering experiment project I did.
Multilingual NBA Logos
I had the opportunity to work on translating some NBA logos into different languages. It as an interesting and fun exercise in making the logos look consistent, while keeping the words legible, with all the correct strokes, in each language. Working with my client and translators, I was able to bring in certain features in the original logos to their translated counterparts.
Client: Cate Reilly
In 2013, The Dieline hosted a packaging design challenge. The challenge was to showcase our design skills by incorporating our aesthetic with the dielines they provided. I was immediately inspired by book cover design, separating the three-dimensional letters into front & back covers, and a spine. Everything is hand lettered, and since there were 7 total pieces, it allowed me to really play around with different lettering styles.
How big is space?
Here's a quick lettering experiment I did. The quote is from an article I read, and found it funny because space is so much bigger than our solar system. The lettering style itself was honestly something embellished I wanted to try.
The things kids say are great. They're fun and creative. So I decided why not do some lettering designs based on them!