The 2019 edition of 36 Days of Type just wrapped and we’re excited to showcase our community’s work! If you’re not familiar with the project, here’s a little bit of background from the project creators:
“36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators, and graphic artists to express their particular interpretation of the letters and numbers of our alphabet. A 36-day open call of restless creativity, where participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, showing the outcome of the ability to represent the same symbols simultaneously and from thousands of different perspectives.”
Of course, we could count on our talented design community to share their work for the project on Dribbble. While some designers came up with a unique representation of each symbol, others chose to focus on a specific theme across the whole project. A few fun themes included Victoria Griffin’s Fearless Females, Belinda Kou’s Dessert Alphabet, Pomme’s Bauhaus Inspired Typeface, and Marcos Abdallah’s set of symbols each inspired by a different song.
Take a look at some of this year’s highlights below, and view even more 36 Days of Type submissions on Dribbble by checking out the #36DaysofType tag. If you missed the project this year, not to worry! You can always get in on the fun next year. We’d love to see what you come up with.