A typeface for the dyslexic by Felix Lobelius.
After studying the symptoms of dyslexia, Sydney-based designer Felix Lobelius found that people with the condition will often have trouble reading, seeing the text jumbled up and jumping around into new arrangements. In an attempt to tackle the common problem, he designed a new typeface that helps the brain to address this.
Naked Silhouette Alphabet.
“The photographic series NAKED SILHOUETTE ALPHABET is a latin alphabet art, formed by the naked body and performance of experimental textures that depict the silhouette.” says the creator Anastasia Mastrakouli.
In this series the goal is to highlight the dialectical relationship between anatomy and visual arts. Each image displays the way in which the body turns into one illustrative and choreographic communication channel of a message. The body is cut off from its physical nature and is perceived as an imprint. The body shape becomes a letter through a deliberately abstract and other-worldly aesthetic.
Messages for a Better Life.
Designer Alander Wong has created a “Photo Quote” for each day of the year. He combines a diverse selection of typography with photography, and the end result is somewhat like visual poetry.
Belgian studio Soon has made a promotional stop-motion video for Twixl media. The clip is an interesting watch because it is fully typographic and illustrated with chalk by Kelly De Ceuninck, and Pieter Vanhoutte. Additionally, it has been creatively directed by Jim Van Raemdonck, and typography and art direction by Lee Skinner.
The Most Astounding Fact.