Little feels better than when, after all the planning and traveling, you finally arrive at your hotel and the relaxation begins. This experience is only enhanced
We’ve become used to vitamin packaging being anything but creative: there is too much text and it is easy to get lost in all the information.
How would a Brutalist building or sculpture look if they were to take shape as letters? This is exactly what Polish designer Przemek Bizoń’s so-called ”type
The Moujan Lusso skincare brand specializes in body oils made from Tahitian botanicals. Their products are 100% vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free and contain only natural ingredients to
His self-designed 3D ceramic letters and unique furniture can be seen in the recently opened pop-up design shop Dinghi in Buda. His work appears in the
Wild. aims to make a handcrafted kombucha that is 100% natural, contains no additional flavors or artificial carbon dioxide, and is even tasty by the way—freshly
The Czech-based Najbrt graphic design studio is behind the sign that runs along the corner of the Kunsthalle building in Prague. The installation on the wall
Utopolis is an online exhibition where more than twenty Hungarian artists, graphic designers and typographers showed what it would be like to write the script of
It is no exaggeration to say that we are now witnessing a new renaissance of creative typography. As extravagant, experimental specimens and typefaces roll off the
The first printed bilingual volume in Arthungry’s series on the design arts, TypoHungry – Tipográfia Magyarországon a XXI. században, is available for pre-order. The album covers
The preservation of pre-digital typefaces has gained momentum over the past quarter of a century, and in the last few years more and more type revival
Sebastian Schubmehl’s thesis, KYIV TYPE, approaches and presents the design scene of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, in a way that fills a gap. A beautiful, large
The online graphic design challenge, known as 36 Days of Type, was held this year as well, again with a record number of people joining. The
Serbian graphic designer and art director Ognjen Gligorijevic created a beautiful font family: lo and behold, Rale Grotesk! Recently, a new typographic approach has gained ground
Berlin-based graphic designer Oli Meier’s unique font called Vary was recently published. The font family is inspired by the Bulgarian alphabet, more precisely its “G” character.