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26 December 1
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Jonathan Puckey’s ‘Delaunay Raster’

Under - Art, Design, Illustration, Inspiration, Technology, Typography

Delaunay Raster - Jonathan Puckey

Amsterdam based graphic designer Jonathan Puckey created this image and many others with Delaunay image vectorization using Scriptographer and Color Averaging by Jürg Lehni. Jonathan’s work is an amazing combination of art and science … and typography. View more of his work here.

5 November Share your
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Graffiti – street art or art crime?

Under - Art

If it is this good, I’d love to have it all over my home. Great work by Seacreative.

Seacreative

Seacreative

Seacreative

26 August 1
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Face behind typeface: Alejandro Paul

Under - Design, Typography
Buffet Script is based on fantastic calligraphy by Alf Becker. Designers: Alf Becker, Alejandro Paul.

Buffet Script by Alejandro Paul is based on Alf Becker's calligraphy from 1940's.

Latin American graphic design, illustration and typography have its own style and flavor. Myfonts.com recently interviewed Alejandro Paul, a Buenos Aires (Argentina) based type designer who setup Sudtipos foundry with three other associates. Read the interesting interview here. It is always great to see who is behind some of the loveliest fonts that we work with.

Maleonn

Under - Art, Photography

Amazing work by Maleonn based in Shanghai, China. Click here to view more of his work.

My Circus - Maleonn 2004

My Circus - Maleonn 2004

Postman

Postman - Maleonn 2008

Chinese Story - Maleonn 2005

Chinese Story - Maleonn 2005

28 April 4
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Meet the Kluge letterpress

Under - Art, Design, Media, Technology

Letterpress is a specialised and over five centuries old form of printing. It is also one of the inspirational elements behind this blog design. Fiction produced a small interesting video on this.

Meet Nick Sambrato. He runs a print shop in Orlando, Florida called Mama’s Sauce. A 2,000 pound, cast iron, electric powered monstrosity of vacillating rods, giant spinning wheels and pneumatic hoses.

Let Nick take you on a trip back in time as he runs through the process of turning an ordinary piece of paper stock into work of art.

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