This typographic poster
features a photographed 3-D two-tone blackletter paper sculpture overlaid with an original graphite line drawing.
Note: posters currently for
sale are indicated below their respective project description.
This typographic poster is an ode to Hermann Zapf’s Zapf Dingbats. All of the elements
and icons used in this piece
are from that single source.
Photographed in natural light, this poster is based on the typographic suggestion that paragraph indentation should
be a one-em space.
This typographic poster features a photographed 3-D letterform sculpture overlaid with an original graphite line drawing.« buy a signed print
This educational and tongue-in-cheek poster not only defines the term sans, it also references the type classification’s historical beginning and celebrates its liberation from serif type.« buy a signed print
This typographic poster features a photographed die-cut card with a decorative border — and script typography with flourishes and integrated vector elements.« buy a print or iPhone case
This typographic poster features a photographed arrangement of children’s wooden letter blocks that both spell and depict a justified column of text.« buy a print
This typographic poster features a photographed hand-cut posterboard that relies heavily on natural light and subtle shadows to accentuate the celebration of white space.« buy a signed print
Inspired by piles of shredded business documents, this typographic poster features a photographed arrangement of thinly cut letterforms on paper. Again, natural light and shadow play an important role in the composition.« buy a print or iPhone case
This typographic poster focuses on the importance of bitmap technology and the influence
that digital type has had on contemporary graphic design.
Inspired by wireform
architectural structures, this typographic poster features custom developed letterforms intended to give the perception of depth, mass and light.
Selected from a series of freeform letterpress studies, this poster features a collage of hand-printed, sans serif wood-block typefaces.« buy a print
This typographic poster is a tongue-in-cheek commentary
on the prevalence of digital portfolios, and the declining
need for print production.
Typographic education poster showing the difference between smart quotes (quotation marks) and dumb quotes (inch marks)
— quotations referencing intelligence were chosen to illustrate the examples.
Typographic education poster that showcases alternate character and swash options (found in the glyph palette) for the typeface Bickham Script Pro.« buy a print
Typographic education poster that brings attention to the term x-height (which refers to the distance between the base and mean lines). The layout is an homage to the 1990s Malcolm X movie poster.« buy a print, case or tee
Typographic education poster that displays a collection of Oldstyle serif ligatures (connected letterforms).« buy a signed print
Walking the line between symmetry and asymmetry, this poster references an Art Deco style, and consists of overlaid photographed grids and
This typographic poster was created for showusyourtype.com as part of their online magazine issue that celebrates the city
of Hong Kong.