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Brand design s6 Foundry

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.

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National Museum of Qatar

The books are a visual exploration of the National Museum of Qatar inspired by the desert rose. The design echoes the characteristics of this phenomenon through the choice of sandy colored cover materials, de-bossing, and printed edges, creating "objects" that like the museum, appear to be emerging from the sand; giving visitors the sense of taking a piece of the museum with them, rather than an image of it. Timeless yet contemporary, the books capture the unique qualities of the new architecture and the old palace, taking the reader on a journey through the immersive museum experience.

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A Is Van Os

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!

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The Journey of Arita

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.

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Stet

Our world has evolved dramatically since the invention of movable type, and so have people. The internet has altered reading habits from linear to non-linear. However, the printed book still retains its traditional form, causing a disconnect between the reader and the ink on paper. This gap made it possible for Stet to exist. Stet aims to reshape and push the boundaries of print to encourage more people to read tactile books, with concentration on certain genres like Humanities.

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Eseje o Niepodleglej

The essays book commissioned for the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Polands independence restoration. The layout and materials are minimalistic and exclusive. The design colors refer to Polands white-red flag. The red was used in details and white was replaced by silver on the cover, which combined with the minimalist typography of the title in red gives the feel of elegance and dignity. The handwritten quotation on cover was made in a hotstamping technique with a silver foil and a blind stamping. Digitalized in 2018 font Bona Nova used in publication was made in Poland (1971).

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Amazing design. Good design. Best design.

Good designs create value for society. Everyday we feature a special design project that demonstrates excellence in design. Today, we are pleased to showcase an award-winning design that makes a positive difference. We will be featuring more great and inspiring designs daily. Make sure to visit us everyday to enjoy new good design products and projects from greatest designers worldwide.

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