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Mekkanika is a typeface inspired by old mechanics technical drawings, the steampunk visual world, and modern machinery, mixed and merged all together to form letters completely made by these elements, creating a mechanical look like typeface. All based on the letter shapes of the Din Alternate Black font. And it's the direct sequel to an old work of mine, THE MATRIX STEAM . Hope you like this project, for first you will see a full gallery of posters showing each letter's design, then some animations and a series of posters inspired by this mechanical style.
____ Posters Teatro Oficina 2010 Series of street posters to promote theater plays, hosted by Teatro Oficina. ____ Sonho de Uma Noite de Verão is our second poster for William Shakespeare's play. The image results from a workshop done together with the actors of the play. Conceptually, the poster presents the bride and her state of spirit as a prisoner.
Centrale Sans is geometric sans serif typeface, characterized by some humanistic touches, it has warm, yet serious look. Its open apertures and overall wideness makes it pretty legible and readble at small sizes. The openness helps Centrale Sans to be pretty good performer as a web font too. Centrale Sans comes in pack of 7 weights plus their matching italics. You can purchase it for 49$ instead of 250$ for the whole family until 1st of November 2011. Spacing and kerning thanks to Igino Marini and his wonderful
The idea of this project is to do a new experimental design everyday for one year. I decided to start this project to keep myself inspired and motivated to keep thinking and moving forward. It has proven rather tough to discipline myself to do a design a day, especially if I don't have the time.As you will see certain themes began to develop, for example: on Mondays, I do a new logo or mark & Tuesdays is infographic style and so forth. I will be updating this project monthly for a year. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
As a reaction to the success of the 2009 Guimarães Jazz posters, we tried a completely different graphical and conceptual approach for the 2010 edition. We based the graphical decision on the idea that Jazz could be colorful and fun, still maintaining audacity and sensuality. As the starting conceptual idea we thought about a story of seduction. Where you may see personages, you can also see instruments a dialogue between different sounds, harmonies and personalities. To achieve this final result we counted with the collaboration of two talented illustrat or s: Nebojsa Cvetkovic (c haracters) and Ana Rita Goulão ( l ettering).