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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Butterfield Market identity, created by Christine Celic, is a very successful example from business cards to bag. Also you should check Christine Celic’s other delicious stuffs.


Brilliant custom made hand-lettering! This is Jim Tierney’s Jules Verne book cover, spine and jacket design. I’m mostly impressed with the use of color and of course his original script for the cover. His video documentation is totally a different story. The background sound matches perfect with the design. What else? Ha! lastly, the compass kind of feature that is placed in the center pocket of the book which works perfect as an introduction for such books written by Jules Verne.

You can watch the short video documentary of the project here.


‘Type designer Seb Lester was commissioned by JD Salinger’s publisher Hamish Hamilton (part of the Penguin group) last year to work on a set of new book covers for the reclusive author’s titles, Catcher In The Rye; For Esme With Love And Squalor; Franny And Zooey; and Raise High The Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour – An Introduction. Here we reveal Lester’s initial ideas for two different stylistic approaches, and the four finished book covers – which were all approved by the author before he passed away last month…’

You can read the rest of the article here:


Despite a sparkling career he withdrew from the world of haute couture in 1980 to follow his own path, which seems to have included creating a foundation for the promotion of apparel-art as well as staging annual fashion-art shows in various locations around the world, in “any city that will welcome me” as he apparently says…

Read more about Roberto Capucci here.

Here is the Type Terminology pdf that we presented at Va234 Design with Typography class. Download the pdf from here: Type Terminology.

— Emre

Va 301 Fall 2009 Documentation.


-murat d.

The branding for Julian by Jordan Gray gives a good idea of the possible variety of applications of a restaurant identity.

— Cem