The responsive lettering stuff I wrote this summer, in a slightly more accessible place. Responsive Lettering on Github. Ideas and code very much in debt to Jeremie Hornus, Nina Stössinger, Andrew Johnson, Onur Yazıcıgil, and Nick Sherman. It’s worth checking … Continue reading
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I found this clipping from 1999. Typoman (and Crocodile) presented The Museum Of Interactive Type. Just and I did a live puppet show in which some goofy typefaces could be touched. The letters responded by wiggling and changing. The show … Continue reading
LTR Federal on a impressive racing car. Painted by (House Industries associate) Angelo Cruz. Thanks to Andy Cruz for the photo.
Bezier Fun from Erik van Blokland on Vimeo.
A fun drawing exercise, from rough thumbnail to vectors in a day. Maybe I will start the Limited Resources Press myself. The drawn version is more lively and I’ll clean it up and see what happens with that approach.
I drew a scripty logo for the blog of a fellow TimeBanker Culturaal website. A bit livelier than a true Spencerian. First thumbnail and followup drawing.
Here are some photos of my first ever trip to Japan.
Making panorama photos from a moving car lets the stitching algorithm to come up with a new perspective on the world. Close up things are fragmented, further down bits of the world get repeated. Here are some snaps from France, … Continue reading
Good old LTR Bleifrei!
Here is a link to the examples of responsive lettering from my talk at Typographics at Cooper Union. Note that this is on a small server. Don’t hit it too hard. A video recording of the whole conference is here. … Continue reading