If your into typography there’s a fair chance you might love the work of London based Alex Fowkes.
Type City is a new platform showcasing typography, mainly from the built environment. The site set up by Birmingham based designer Dan Cooper aims to build up the typographic profiles of our UK cities. If you would like to contribute any typographic images to the project you can send them to email@example.com or use #typecity. www.typecity.co.uk...
Present Perfect is a London based design practice formed in 2011 by Ivan Markovic and Povilas Utovka. Slick layout and bespoke typefaces are the order of the day here. Enjoy. www.presentperfect.co
Teacake is a quintessentially British creative partnership that place emphasis on traditional craft values. The Manchester based team specialise in identity, typography and editorial design. The work is a pure joy to look at that is further enhanced by a website that is super easy to navigate and lets the work do the talking. In...
Mat Dolphin are a London based design agency. Not only do they have an amazing body of work, their input into the wider design scene is invaluable. Taking time out of their busy schedules to do things like How Lo can you Go to give us further insights into the value of design, Mat Dolphin...
Rob Ricketts is Birmingham based designer with a portfolio of crisp and minimal design. I’ve got a sneaky feeling Rob may like a little electronic music with typefaces such as Belleville that he has created in homage to the originators of Detroit techno. His 808 series inspired by some of the greatest tracks ever to...
Got an email yesterday from Rutger Paulusse AKA Gwer informing me he has a new site up. It would appear Rutger is a bit of a typographic genius. I look forward to seeing more of his work in the future. Love the covers for Dutch record label Lowend.
Humankind is the portfolio site of art director/designer/artist/illustrator/photographer/good egg Lee Basford. I’ve been a follower of Lee’s work for a few years through his work at Fluid where he is an Art Director. Lee’s work usually contains strong use of typography which really shines at it’s best in his hand rendered pieces. When he isn’t...
24exp. is the online portfolio of Buckinghamshire based freelance Designer & Art Director Chris Henley. Hi site is full of playful typographic treats. His work not only looks amazing some of it is mighty clever too!
Gary Devreede definitely knows the difference between his ascenders and his baselines. Some great type over on his site.
Loving the branding work for Torotoro, a Japanese restaurant designed by design agency Savvy. Whilst analyzing the Japanese restaurant market in the area, Savvy realized that the vast majority of restaurants brand themselves through oriental clichés, often mixing Asian cultures without realizing it.
Really enjoying the work being produced by Berlin based studio HelloME. Some seriously slick art direction coupled with some interesting type treatments make for a perfect match.
Mike Joyce’s Stereotype Design is bold, brash and typographical superb.
After a brief stint at university in Dublin, followed by America, Susan Murphy is now relocating to the Netherlands to join the Edenspiekermann family. Some serious work going on over on her site.
I’d never heard of Bisgràfic until last week. I’m glad I know who there are now. They have made my world a better place.
Czech studio Pinxit are banging the type harder than Charlie Sheen is 7 gram rocks.
Art meets typography, typography meets art? Forget the labels, enjoy the work!
Blush are a modern letterpress printing studio working in an old paper mill in North Wales, United Kingdom… Sexy time!
Norwich has something else to be proud of other than Allan Partiridge. Emma Du Pille has had a site refresh and her strong typographical approach still hold true.
The happy rural folk over at Hello have a shiny new site and bunch of fresh new work up. www.01134.co.uk
Student Chris Nixon has some really impressive projects in his portfolio. I think he has a bright future. I really like his use of materials for some of his projects.
Jessica Hische of Daily Drop Cap fame now has a brilliant store selling all sorts of wonderful typographic prints.
Bionic Systems are an amazing multi-disciplinary studio based in Düsseldorf, Germany. To say their portfolio is vast is an understatement. It will take you a while to look around but it’s well worth it.
Not long now till Not My Type ( An out of character experiment ) hits the Created in Birmingham shop in the Bullring. For those who didn’t know already Not My Type is a typographical exploration of 26 letters by 26 different illustrators, designers and artists, all displayed as one alphabet. There are letters by...