I really like these! It creates interaction, such a great idea! This would make me happy if I saw them.
“As with our usual goatcards, these are aimed at making people happy. We want to bring a smile to people’s faces and add a little something special to an ordinary day. We also want to encourage interaction between different people by simply allowing them to hand over a nice message to someone else on the street, in the park, at university, a shop or a party.”
I created beer labels for a fictitious beer named after my family from Norway. Gudvangen is a town in the country as well as my family name. The label incorporates a typeface I design as well as colored pencil drawings.
Some neat menu designs:
Menu Collection Continues…
Last night I went to the ‘Phoenix’ pub in Coventry with a friend, I loved there menu designs, so of course I had to have them to add to my collection!
My typeface based on cookie cutters. I drew inspiration one day while making cookies. I am both a chef and designer and have always wanted to combine my two passions - what better way than in a typeface?
I had a project similar to this for an Advanced Typography class. We were told to base the typeface off a certain object. This is such a neat idea! I will post my typeface design soon.
Train Set Typography
Self-initiated typography experiment where I used an old train set, found in my grandmother’s basement as the basis for creating letters.