Another great use of type from artist Sean Freeman. Commissioned by Discovery Channel, Sean created this ad for the upcoming trilogy on James Cracknell, a British rowing champion, adventurer, and double Olympic gold medalist. James Cracknell is unstoppable. The team at Discovery were hoping to take the mantra “NOT” and treat it in a visual […]
Steve Wilson was commissioned by Hollywood Records to create a logo for the California based pop/rock band Allstar Weekend. Steve took inspiration from Colorforms, the popular toy invented in the 50′s, to create the font, as seen here on the new album released in February this year. You can see more of Steve Wilson’s work […]
Stussy commissioned illustrator Steve Wilson to put his touch on their iconic logo for a t shirt design. Available for purchase on the Stussy site. You can see more of Steve Wilson’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Barcelona based illustrators Brosmind worked with the team at Saatchi & Saatchi NY to create this award winning campaign for Excedrin, an interesting use of illustration to create type. You can see more of Brosmind’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Created by graphic artist Alex Trochut in 2010, this typographic experiment is a passage in the Museum Quarter Wein. Inspired by the poem of Frederico García Lorca “Pequeño Vals Vienés” and the interpretation from the song “Take This Waltz” by Leonard Cohen, the lettering shows parts of both pieces. The gray lettering is in English, […]
Product(RED)’s latest campaign brings light to the important fact that by 2015 we can have a world where virtually no child is born with HIV. As a way to raise awareness and educate about this goal, Product(RED) have enlisted Steve Wilson to provide his creative interpretation of the fact that ’The AIDS Free Generation is […]
One of the most exciting typefaces released in the past year, the art deco inspired Neo Deco is a complex yet perfectly executed display typeface with an abundance of alternative and cool characters, which also comes as a high res eps set. With hours of fine tuning and typographic excellence from the Barcelona born genius, […]
In 2010, the AIGA Boston honored type designer Matthew Carter’s work and career with a silent auction highlighted by posters of original letter designs by 13 local design luminaries, including Adam Larson. Legendary type designer Matthew Carter was the sixth recipient of the AIGA Boston Fellow Award. Matthew was part of a small group of […]
Welcome to Typography Tuesday! This is the first of a weekly series on the glorious world of typography – the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs. This week we are proud to show off new work from artist Alex Trochut, created for V Magazine’s Spring Preview, available on newsstands […]
This font wants to be touched. Reminiscent of a Koosh ball mixed with minky softness, this is Sean’s little experiment into making a typeface that’s as fat and furry as possible. Success! You can see more of Sean Freeman’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.