Monthly Archives: November 2010

Interview: Michiel van der Born

Michiel van der Born (1975) is a typographic artist living and working in Amsterdam. He graduated cum laude from the Academy of Art in The Hague. He is a proud member of the Dstruct Collective. Michiel, have you always been … Continue reading

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Don’t believe the type!

Two weeks ago (Yes, time really does fly when you’re having fun) I took part in ‘Don’t believe the type’ in The Hague. Trapped in Suburbia organises these workshops, lectures and exhibitions about typography every year. This year they even … Continue reading

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Oil & Water…

Some initiatives deserve attention not because of the great design but simply because of the great idea and concept behind it. This is one of those initiatives… Happiness Brussels created a limited edition of 200 posters, designed by Anthony Burrill … Continue reading

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Type is advertising

The typography in these ads isn’t all that good. I still love to see how using type creates a whole new dimension to these ads. In todays advertising there is not a lot of focus on typography or telling a … Continue reading

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Patience is a virtue

Cameron Moll is a designer, speaker, and author living in Sarasota, Florida (United States). He’s been working on this poster of a typographical Coliseum for over a year. It’s finally finished and the result is simply astonishing. What began as … Continue reading

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