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this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.
this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.
this is a private blog for my design students and assorted other survivors. Tro blemakers all.

Saturday, May 01, 2010





























Dig1 - considering type as a matter of form rather than text.

This letterpress poster by Cameron Moll was handcrafted character
by character over the course of roughly 100 hours. Characters from the
Bickham Script Pro, Engravers MT, and Epic typeface families form the

edifice featured in the artwork, the Salt Lake Temple.

Each poster measures 16"x24" and is printed on Crane Lettra Pearl paper.
Letterpressed by Bryce Knudson of Bjørn Letterpress in Provo, Utah.
his named is linked

2 comments:

zombieowl said...
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zombieowl said...

form rather than text you say...

http://www.livingdesign.info/2010/03/26/qlocktwo-time-in-words-by-biegert-funk/