Archive for the ‘typography’ Category
Phin & Phebes Ice Cream packaging is so whimsical and fun, it looks good enough to eat! Designed by Jefferson Cheng, it was inspired by the chalkboard wall at the test kitchen of Phin & Phebes where they listed and sketched out all of their ice cream flavor offerings. The ice cream (and packaging) is now available at certain Whole Foods stores in the Northeast… I wish they’d come near me.
Designed by Jefferson Cheng
Art direction: Crista Freeman & Jess Eddy
My daughter is just starting to be able to sound out words, so I’m hyper-aware of alphabets these days. Especially ones that have fun typography. I thought these alphabet posters were top-notch.
Artist Lisa Congdon is about half-way through her project: 365 Days of Hand-lettering.
Darren Booth is an illustrator and letterer who received his formal art education from Sheridan College. His unique style of work has garnered much recognition nationally and internationally throughout the design industry. Check out his unique hand-lettering here and his illustration work here.
In an effort to bring their Exclusive Faces range to a larger audience, HypeForType approached graphic designer Ryan Atkinson to produce their first magazine release Typographic Revolt. The brief was to produce a 16 page A2 magazine with a twist. Instead of following the traditional convention, Ryan designed a quick read through A2 magazine which also doubles up as a set of 4 Exclusive Faces posters. Each page folds out to create a double sided poster perfect for your studio or home wall space. Typographic Revolt is printed as a limited litho run on 90gsm wood free paper, giving everything a premium newspaper feel which absorbs the inks to create a beautiful desaturated look and feel. Typographic Revolt is available now through Amazon.