Warp Records rebrand by HelloMe

Curator: Warriors Studio
date: April 24, 2015
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design, Corporate Communications Design, Poster Design, Typography
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Independent record label Warp records partnered with Berlin-based design studio HelloMe to rebrand and reposition Warp, which involved developing a fresh visual language, custom typeface, brand assets, merchandise; posters, clothing, bags, website, and app.

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Louise Fili is “Made for New York”

Curator: Jesse Ragan
date: April 22, 2015
Categories: Advertising, Photography, Typography
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The flawless execution of Langone Medical Center’s “Made for New York” campaign left me drooling on the subway platform the day the ads showed up in my station. 

Here’s the thing. This kind of pastiche is incredibly overplayed—especially in New York City—but the team at Louise Fili Ltd. puts so much love and sweat into their historical-lettering reenactments that I'm perfectly content to see them again and again.

And who among us wouldn’t covet the opportunity to hire a sign painter to apply our own custom lettering onto glass in gold leaf?
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“Five Years,” Colophon

Curator: Warriors Studio
date: April 22, 2015
Categories: Art, Brand & Identity Design, Typography
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Five Years” marks British type foundry Colophon’s 5th anniversary. The catalogue combines type design, publication design, 3D rendering, and art direction in a catalogue of 26, 3D-rendered prints, each displaying fictional “uses and misuses” of their 26 fonts. 

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Letterform Archive: preserving & serving letterform history

Curator: Jesse Ragan
date: April 17, 2015
Categories: Typography
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San Francisco-based Letterform Archive is a labor of love, making the history of letterforms more accessible than ever. Founder Rob Saunders has an expansive collection of typography and lettering—already over 13,000 objects, and still growing. The collection is gradually being imaged, using nuanced photographic techniques to capture details of surface texture, color, and context.
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A head-to-pedal redesign for Richard Sachs

Curator: Jesse Ragan
date: April 16, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Product Design, Typography
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House Industries found the opportunity to take on a dream project of epic proportions: redesigning the entire visual identity of master bicycle builder Richard Sachs. From a signature logo to the pinstriping on the bike tires, they have meticulously considered every detail.

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