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SPIN / Adventures in Typography 2 [Unit 36]
Design: Spin

Edition of 1000

Spin/Adventures in Typography 2 is serious and silly in equal measure (occasionally at the same time). The Spin team of Tony Brook, Claudia Klat and Jonathan Nielsen have embarked on a journey into typography’s darkest recesses.

Searching for the new and the surprising, they have made a series of experiments, by computer and by hand, that stretch the boundaries of typographic expression almost to breaking point.

Chapters in this 52pp journal include Alien: Future/Font: Lettuce/Letters; Helvetica Alt: Dr Frankenstein’s Helvetica; Helvetica est mort; and Tape Face. You have been warned.

Format: Soft back
Pages: 52pp
Colour: 1x Pantone colour throughout
Size: 258mm x 203mm
Paper stocks: Amvera FTP cut short cover inside pages on newsprint
Binding: Staple bound
Envelope: Foiled Glassine Envelope
ISBN 978-0-9956664-6-7

Unit Editions

Koor Typeface – The Designers Foundry

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Koor Typeface

Koor is a contemporary serif typeface with sharp cuts and triangular features, the result; a crisp personality across 18 dynamic styles with three optical sizes. The sizes Thin, Normal and Thick. each have six weights from Light to Super.

All three styles are designed to cover a wide range of application such as editorial, corporate, web interaction and logotype design. The “Thick Style” with a low contrast stroke and even cooler is suited for body text or heavy headlines. While the “Thin style” with its hairline like stroke and slightly more rounded features has the perfect qualities for large scale display uses. A solid workhorse is the “Normal Style” with it’s balanced contrast similar to classical serif typeface.

The Designers Foundry

Designed by Jan Weidemüller

Jan Weidemüller is a German graphic designer and co-founder of Studio Weidemüller. They create visual identities, printed and digital solutions with a strong typographic approach.

Excedentes – Identity Design

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Excedentes (in spanish means surpluses) is a collaborative platform that was born in 2015 with the aim of promoting a sustainable industry by recovering, transforming and giving new use to industrial waste; Extending their useful life and returning them to the market in the form of new products.

The main challenge of this redesign has been generate a more functional and durable image over time, which also promotes the Excedentes platform philosophy: develop a new product from industrial waste.

What is the surplus of the Excedentes Platform? This point was the beging of the graphical analysis of the last identity, coming to the conclusion that the logo was directly related to the first contest: a bag of biodegradable polyethylene. Once the surplus (in this case, graphic surplus) of the last identity was found, it was transformed into a new use. To this end, a series of previously defined parameters were applied on the previous logo based on the winning project of the first contest. An identity based on the philosophy of the Platform: give a new use to surplus materials.

Behance

Mucem – Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée

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Mucem — Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée

Spassky Fischer

Good Room 2017 Poster – Bad Studio

Good Room 2017 Poster
Bad Studio

New Typeface – Vol.1: 2017

New Typeface - Carla Riu Dolz & Carles Carreté Bosch & José Alcázar 01

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Carla Riu Dolz & Carles Carreté Bosch & José Alcázar (London, UK) — New Typeface
Vol.1: 2017

Le Livre sur la Place – Édition 2016

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Le Livre sur la Place – Édition 2016
Raphaël Teillet

Heren Magazine – Côme de Bouchony

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Heren Magazine
Art Direction — 2016
Art direction and design consulting for the Korean fashion magazine and its men supplement rebrand.
In collaboration with Atelier Franck Durand.

Côme de Bouchony — Art direction & Design, Paris

X7755

Gabriel Chapelle Architecte

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Gabriel Chapelle Architecte Identity

Visuel du Festival Arsène 2016 Posters

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Visuel du festival Arsène 2016, organisé par l’Université d’Artois (Nantes).
Imprimé en Pantone 801 + Pantone Warm red.
Sérigraphie 120×176 Lézard Graphique.

Brest Brest Brest

Staatstheater Mainz – In Zukunft: Mainz – Neue Gestaltung

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Neue Gestaltung

Progress Bar Amsterdam

Progress Bar Amsterdam

Scenario and Head by Huw Lemmey
Graphic Design by Michael Oswell

Fotografisk utbildning Göteborg 50 år. J.Å. Julius Åsling

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Fotografisk utbildning Göteborg 50 år. J.Å. Julius Åsling
http://juliusasling.se/#fotoskolan

Fotografisk utbildning
Publication
Client, Fotoskolan
ISBN: 978-91-639-2377-7
200mm × 240mm
344 pages
2016

Intermission Packaging

Intermission Packaging
Designed by Content Form Context
Cutigen Laboratories

Raymonde Identity and Webdesign – Thibault Priou

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Raymonde – Identity – Webdesign
Thibault Priou

Thibault Priou Behance

New Identity for MTMT Life – Design by OFF

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New identity and stationery for MTMT Life
Design by OFF

Karolina Pietrzyk – DADA100 Poster

Poster for the third event of the cycle called DADA100 organised by Rozkurz.

“This poster exists only in digital promotion, so I decided to make an animation.”

Karolina Pietrzyk

Loading Posters – Emuni

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Agency Emuni LLP.
Client Rapyard

This is a poster for LOADING, a photo exhibition held in Wakayama, Japan. This is an exhibition where the processes from photo shooting to development were done by a photographer using an iPhone. In order to directly express the project theme as a component of the poster, the poster boldly uses the gray color generated when image is loading on PC or smartphone.

It increases people’s expectations dramatically and was effective in attracting customers as a paper poster, but at the same time, it gave the illusion of watching a display, intentionally hiding the photos and text elements.

Poster Exhibition at NRML Festival – Elias Hanzer

Part of Poster Exhibition at NRML Festival Elias Hanzer

Elias Hanzer

Exposition Creative Sport pour le Graphic Design Festival Paris – Pierre Vanni Poster

Exposition Creative Sport pour le Graphic Design Festival Paris — Paris, Londres, New York, 2017

Pierre Vanni

Daniel Seemayer – Die Neue Weltordnung

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Daniel Seemayer
Die Neue Weltordnung
Book design

Daniel Seemayer (1990) is a German graphic designer based in Amsterdam where he is currently completing his masters at the design department of the Sandberg Institute (MA) at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. With a strong focus on typography his scope of works mostly includes books, posters, identities and other printed matter that underlie a process-driven approach.

In 2016 he also founded PUB – a group of artists, writers, editors and designers who investigate the possibilites of a publishing culture within the context of an artistic research master programme.

Daniel Seemayer Tumblr

Wim Crouwel – A Graphic Odyssey Posters

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Wim Crouwel
A Graphic Odyssey

Design Museum
30.03—03.07.11

Posters

Jonathan Monk – Small Fires Burning, 2003

Jonathan Monk, Small fires burning, 2003.
Édition d’artiste. Collection Frac Normandie Rouen

Frac Normandie Rouen

2ndday Campaign Winter

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2ndday Campaign Winter 2016
Photography Elisabeth Toll
Creative direction Blank Atelier
Art direction Homework
Styling Robert Rydberg
Models Vilma / Mikas & Verna / Nish Management
Hair Karolina Liedberg
Makeup Josefina Zarmen
2ndday.com

Designed by Homework

Ruf Dug at Bar Strelka

Ruf Dug at Bar Strelka

Design by Anna Kulachek

EMMA – In Search of the Present

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EMMA Brand Identity Design by Werklig, Finland

Inspired by Olavi Paavolainen’s essay collection from 1929, the exhibition “In Search of the Present” addresses questions we face in this ever changing world we live in.

“In Search of the Present” is a new visual layer to the black-and-wite identity of EMMA Museum. Like Picasso’s Periodo Azul or Yves Klein’s Epoca Blu the exhibitions is EMMA’s blue period.

The exhibition’s identity is based on a continuous scrolling movement we are surrounded by. The movement can be seen in all of the applications of the identity, either as a cut out text or a physical movement.

The idea of EMMA’s blue period is present through out the identity and the combination of white and blue sets a perfect frame for the art pieces of the exhibition.

Werklig

Custommade by Homework

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Custommade fragrance packaging
Create your own scent with 4 combinable fragrances

Art direction, packaging and bottle design by Homework

Custommade

Kille Enna Organic Aroma Packaging – Homework

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Organic Aroma Packaging
Kille Enna

“Kille recognised her own desire to answer that question, but her history in the culinary arts, working with the raw materials of haute cuisine, prevented her from separating olfaction from gustation, scent from taste. So her desire was for more than the creation of yet another perfume. It had to be no less than capturing a scent for the purpose of tasting it. It had to be the taste of a scent.

The taste of a scent…”

Design by Homework

Frankfurter Positionen 2015

Design by Hort

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