The two-volume "Catalogue of Incunabula in the National Library of Poland" presents the collection of 15th-century prints held by the BNP. The idea of the project refers to the style of the first Renaissance prints and typography – both in the materials’ selection: elegant, hand-made cover, by referring to typography, an oldstyle Adobe Jenson font, large initials, which are the leitmotif of the project, as well as the technique of two-color typographic printing in the title of the cover.
The S6 Foundry branding and its subsequent type specimen book were designed to create a joy of new typography, positioning the brand's visual language. A bright and cheerful palette of warm color and a distinctive and surprising form language captures the spirit, harking to traditional signwriting of the 1900 century fun fair. The designs were developed as a kaleidoscope of forms and elements to create the right visual consistency of the brands’ ethos and a new direction of commercial bespoke fonts.
A typographic design book with various stories including the importance in the development of Korean terminology and collaboration between designers. The book The Journey of Arita covers everything related to the Arita font, which has long been veiled, encompassing how the corporate typefaces were born, the story behind the font design, cases where these typefaces were used, interviews with 14 of the designers involved in the design per font, documentary photographs showing the process of creating typefaces, and products and books that use the Arita font.
Anyone who can read knows the 26 letters of the Latin alphabet. But where do those letters come from? How long do they exist? And who designed them? Autobahn and Bette Westera take you back to the time of your distant ancestors, who made a drawing if they wanted to "write" something. Slowly but surely, their drawings changed into the first letters. If you look closely, you can recognize the Latin current alphabet. And guess what? A is not for Apple at all, but for Ox! An educational letter book for all ages!
The task was to present an internet food blog printed in a magazine. The layout is inspired by the placement of the photos and the layout grid of Screen Design. The strengths of print compared to the internet are played out.The most important cornerstones of the magazine are haptically appealing paper, elaborate binding, design with a lot of empty space and outstanding typography. Traditional visual habits are broken. The resulting visual tension accompanies the reader through the magazine. Each recipe is prominently presented on a double-page spread.
Illustrations and catalogue design for Simple Wine company, which import and sell alcohol and water. Main task of this illustrations was to show organic, sustainable and natural wines, which company offering to clients. All illustrations realized in "paper cut" style where main contour and color sketch was created in Illustrator, and after that was painted and finished in Photoshop.