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Dominique Falla - surface and surface - weareallapartSome playful hand made type from Australian tactile typographer Dominique Falla.  Dominique uses ingenious and in some cases massively time consuming ways to define positive and negative spaces in her typography. 

“Dominique Falla works in a variety of tactile mediums and combines digital creation with analogue output for exhibition and publication.”

I really like the simple concept of ‘Shared Vision… Wspólna Wizja…’ made for an exhibition of Dominique’s work in Poland.  When viewed from one angle of the concertina reads “Shared Vision…” and from the other it reads “Wspólna Wizja…” which translates as “Shared Vision…”.   Watch the video below which documents the process from design sketch to final product of a birthday card project last year.

www.dominiquefalla.com

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10 Christopher Monro DeLorenzo - surface and surfaceIllustration, graphic design and typography from American Designer Christopher Monro DeLorenzo.  Christopher’s work is Influenced by Pop Art, 1940’s cinema and street art and has worked with Johnny Cupcakes, Samsung, Smirnoff, Nidecker Snowboards and Wendy’s.

“His work brings together both a deeply-rooted knowledge of his craft and a voracious curiosity – a levity and playfulness that help him to elevate the everyday into something iconic.”

After leaving a position as Associate Art Director for Saatchi & Saatchi in NYC Christopher Monro DeLorenzo started Johnny Cupcakes in 2010 and it’s where you can buy loads of his great designs in t-shirt form.

www.chrisdelorenzo.com

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