Really gorgeous, simple, typographically driven work from Alistair Webb.
Spotted over at theartistandhismodel
In a sketchy press release that we got this morning, it appears that certain weights of Helvetica are to be legislated against by the bureaucrats at the EU. Citing that light and ultra-light weights of the font can appear un-readable in certain circumstances, they have set out a new directive that states that all public places must refrain from using Helvetica 25-35-45 (and associated faces) in anything that is deemed ‘public-facing’. This could see anything from restaurant menus being hastily redesigned to the creation of new identities for companies such as Orange and Vision Express. Expect an appeal to be lodged, but failing that expect design agencies to be very busy!
Rodrigo Fuenzalida is a graphic designer from Caracas, Venezuela with a portfolio of nice work - particularly the type expermentation.
Daniel Cassaro is a Long Island native and Graduate of The School of Visual Arts. He lives, works and trips the light fantastic in Brooklyn, NY.
This is a nice piece of experimental typography from Ashleigh Barron, a design student from Sheffield in England.