In early 2010, Karacters Design Group of Vancouver rebranded SportBC, an organisation dedicated to to the promotion and participation of amateur sport in British Columbia.
For a special issue of Wallpaper* magazine titled Born in Brazil, design studio Julia worked in close collaboration with Wallpaper’s design team to create Copan, an uppercase family whose geometric precision, fluid lines, and parallel strokes hinted at gestural strokes and flowed from thick to thin strokes.
Jessica Hische was asked by Josh Higgins to create this letterpress print as a tribute to the late Doyald Young. Proceeds from the poster sale will help set up a type scholarship in Doyald Young’s name.
Télérama is a French arts and culture magazine, several special issues are published every year, covering topics in the fields of cinema, television, music, books, and arts. For a special issue featuring the Dogon people, Benoît Santiard and Jean-Baptiste Levée designed Télérama Dogon, a custom display type for the headlines.
Sentimental Journey is a collaboration between poet Kate Camp, graphic artist Sarah Maxey and type designer Kris Sowersby.
In 2008, the hit life simulation computer game Spore was published by Electronic Arts Video Games.
Piuarch is an architecture firm based in Milan, their identity programme created by Base Design centers around a custom modular typeface.
Fifty and Fifty is a project created and curated by Dan Cassaro, where fifty designers have been asked to each illustrate one motto from an American state.
Rudi de Wet is a South African illustrator, typographer and graphic designer whose work is characterized by bold, energetic illustration and lettering.
Vincent Chan produced the identity for Boomtown, an independent record label based in Melbourne.
Doyald Young, a man who needs no introduction in this space, has passed away. While The Case & Point would be honoured to feature to the prolific craft and career of Young’s custom lettering in the future, today we would simply like to acknowledge his legacy and influence as it lives on the work of...
La República is a newspaper from Bogotá, Colombia, in the latter half of 2010 the newspaper commissioned a custom type family from Colombian type designer César Puertas.