A little piece I did for this week end's Typocamp. The theme was "Delight the Real" by the use of typography in a print, web, or animation project. As the event took place in a co working space, we decided to replace the usual, unattractive name tag by little cards with classic movie's quotes people could choose according to their personality or current state of mind, and use it to introduce themselves.
This lettering is a quote from The Wizard of Oz.
It was a really cool event, and some great things were done, go check them out !
11 months ago
by Joachim Vu
Another one made at Typocamp
"Nobody's perfect" quoted from Some Like it Hot.
Featuring Comic Sans, and a nice, elegant drop shadow.
Obviously more a joke than actual type or graphic design work, but hey, nobody's perfect.
11 months ago
I was there at the presentation yesterday at la Cantine. The "mood cards" project was not my favorite one (the global idea), but i like some of the visuals that were shown. Congrats for your job on these ones :).
@Vincent Merci ! On est restés légers sans réellement chercher à créer quelque chose d'indispensable, nouveau ou super conceptuel. C'était surtout un pretexte pour faire de la typo. En tout cas il y a eu de très bons projets, content que ça t'ai plu !
"Un prétexte pour faire de la typo" – toujours une bonne raison.
Such nice swashes! Especially between the 'N' and 'L' on the left side (and love how that one connects to the 'i', clever touch). I like that your 'r' isn't really loopy/curvy either, it matches the 's' nicely and has a great shape.
Beautiful lettering! Love how the words and ornaments flow into each other.
@Claire @Faheema Thanks ;)
BEAUTY ... and ... btw ... thanks for voting !!
10 months ago
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