A2-Type released in 2012 the Regular font. Designed by Henrik Kubel the font is a geometric sans serif, unmistakably inspired by Stymie and Futura typefaces and that’s exactly where this mix shows all the potential. The lowercase letters are more usable, especially in ‘regular’ sizes, 10-13 points. Quicker than the Stymie to read and still more recognizable than both Stymie and Futura.
Check out other fonts too, A2-Type is one of my favourite newest type foundries.5 hearts
Visiodrome rubric hosting STAGGA, SKULLTRANE and FLOOD.
Heavy vfx in this live mixed vj. It feels like everything is melting and the non-linear, sound inspired repeated editing generates new significances. More mainstream stuff should be treated like this and I’m sure it will.
For more CATMOUTH videos check their Vimeo channel.1 heart
Gabriele Brombin is an italian illustrator and graphic designer based in Milan.
Mixing analog and digital techniques, he shapes ancestral and futuristic worlds inspired by, among others, russian film-maker Andrej Tarkovskij.
Imagine the first morning of Time, in which a demiurge entrusted the vital message of violence and awe to a visual messenger, preserving the scheme of a will.4 hearts
Bureau of Visual Art is the archive of work by Matt Krygowski. A New Yorker living in the United Kingdom.
His work reminds me of Italian artist Gianni Bertini and graphic design guru Josef Müller-Brockmann.
BVA is a project I started to archive as much as possible of my experimental work. You won’t see actual comissioned or client work here, for that visit Madeform.
While documenting and experimenting with new ideas for me it’s also a way of changing my workspace, approach to working, documenting them and archiving.
Fairy tales do not exclusively belong to nurseries; all mankind – except those few who in all ages have comprehended their hidden meaning, and tried to open the eyes of the superstitious – have listened to such tales in one shape or other, and, after transforming them into sacred symbols, called the product Religion.2 hearts