More Tong – Good typography should meet the requirements of climatic, geographic and humanitarian unity. It is not too difficult to create a nice type from mere scratches, but as a word, it must represent a meaning. Based in Shanghai, More Tong graduated from the China Academy of Art as a graphic designer in 2010. He has worked at Wieden+Kennedy and is now with Frog Shanghai. His featured project is a perfect demonstration of how to maintain a balance between being both practical and visually pleasing.
Modern calligraphy – Hassan MassoudyHassan Massoudy, born in 1944, considered by the French writer Michel Tournier as the "greatest living calligrapher", currently lives in Paris. (more…)
Monograms & Ciphers designed and drown by A. A. Turbayne and other members of the Carlton Studi...Albert Angus Turbayne (1866 - April 29, 1940) was an American (more…)
Laura Battle – mathematics as metaphorIf you’re looking for direction, use a compass. That’s what Laura did to guide her artistic process. (more…)