Polish designers created the “33 Letters for Ukraine” Challenge aimed at expressing solidarity with the people of Ukraine. More than 400 variants of letters were sent by designers from different countries. Continue reading »
It started in 2014 with the purchase of a vintage 1956 Oliver Courier typewriter. Now 7 years, 35 typewriters, and nearly 100 works of art later, James Cook is a bonafide typewriter artist. Continue reading »
“Graphemic Synesthesia”: Artist Duo Spent 2 Years Photographing ‘Colored’ Letters To Show How They See Them
According to fine art photographer Dasha Pears: “Anna is red, and Mary is deep dark blue. Since I was a kid, I found it very easy to remember people’s names and was very surprised when others had problems with it. Just because each name has always had a specific color, usually the color of its initial. Continue reading »
Hong Kong-based creative studio Little Factory has created a striking scarf that is made with letters from the popular Helvetica typeface. Influenced by traditional Chinese paper-cutting techniques and modern type design, the Helvetica Scarf is made by arranging random letters in an interlocking pattern, which is then laser-cut into a piece of micro-fiber suede material. Continue reading »
Letters are going missing across London to highlight the need for more new blood donors. Continue reading »
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