Category Archives: typography

working with the yarn

hi, so today  I continued working with the yarn, I got 2 words with me, I ll finish them at home, and I think we have 3 more words undone. I ll bring them back tomorrow, together with the yarns … Continue reading

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workshop day

Here are some photos we did today in the workshop while working. If anyone else has photos of the yarned words, could post them too! They look good. Who is coming tomorrow to continue the yarning that Madina and Millie … Continue reading

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quick typo update

so we are going to have the words with DINPro Bold ( we spoke with Anika, and we think Bold is enough, we don’t need the Black version) and a handwritten style one, called Handsome. They look like this next … Continue reading

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Alternative to Jumper

Hi Guys, I was thinking on the alternative of Jumper, which Colin emphasized to think over.. I am wondering if we use the final hanging thing as DESIGN rather then Jumper, and what we showing is the process, connections and the links … Continue reading

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Wire typo inspiration (just in case.. but I am still for the nail option)

I just found a man and his Etsy shop who does really beautiful wire typography! Here are some examples. Also I found an article about on of his works, where the author writes: “I love their idea of typography on a … Continue reading

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Testing

Hello guys here the other images of our last meeting testing the strings on the wall. I just spoke with Anika about what we should do to make easy the process when everyone come back to Uni. I think we … Continue reading

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What to do next

Hey guys, I hope everyone had a nice time, I thought we could summarize the stuff we have to do until the exhibition. We could also make a schedule, so we will know who will work on what, when and … Continue reading

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