As a designer with a background in Fine Arts, I tend to lean to the artistic side of things.
Experimental typography is said to place emphasis on expressing emotion rather than having a concern for legibility while communicating ideas, hence considered bordering on art. It is within this discipline that I find myself blending seamlessly my love for illustration and typography. And the wonderful “36 days of type” project, is the perfect excuse to create a full alphabet of typographic experiments.
36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to express their particular interpretation of the letters and numbers of our alphabet.
A 36 day open call of restless creativity, where participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, showing the outcome of the ability to represent the same symbols simultaneously and from thousands different perspectives.
A project that aims to be a space for creation around typography and its endless possibilities.
The Washington PostLettering & Ilustration
36 days of type 2019Lettering / Type design
36 days of type 2018Lettering / Type design
36 days of type 2020Lettering / Type design
Best banking appIllustration
MS' Baked cheesecakeIlustration / packaging design
Fimmdaga fjörBranding / design
Gló to goPackaging design
Creativity takes courageLettering
Show & tellLettering
NuoriBranding and illustration
Multiple myeloma researchBranding
First AIDPoster design / illustration
Bío Paradís showIllustration