Contribution for Palace of Typographic Masonry. An ever shifting index of scripts that documents the contingencies and unexpected convergences of scipts and glyphs. A series of 20 scripts on 20 cards, the cards can be stacked to build a house of cards. Where the cards overlap, the glyphs overlap as well; creating a new imagined glyph from the combination of two scripts.
Language and weather notation system developed for Femke Herregraven's work Wet Spells set in a dystopian future. Shown in Nottingham Contemporary. The script is logographic - each symbol represents an element of weather, animal behaviour or observations of plants. The symbols were designed to be written down fast so that multiple observations can quickly lead to a forecast for the coming days, weeks or months. Each symbol can also be stacked and combined with others in order to symbolise variations in weather and climate.
Workshop based typefoundry. Coming from a fascination of both type design and automation the foundry explores how processes of automation can influence the design of letterforms and of type. Using a series of tools and a script run on a computer both the analogue and digital side of type deisgn can be automated. The digital outcomes can be found on the foundry website.
Better images coming soon.
The inaugural issue of Rush Print focuses on 'bad type.' All content and work is student made and student produced. It also acts as a type specimen as all type used in the publication comes from students within the graphic design department of ArtEZ Arnhem. Worked in collaboration with Dong Bin Han.
Selected for The Best Dutch Book Designs 2020 by the student jury.
Redesign of cocktail recipe book first published in 1917.
Collection of stories and poems from the department of creative writing ArtEZ.