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Around the World with Type

Two design students from India ( Rigved Sathe and Payal Jagwani ) created this pretty awesome project where they take you around the World with type. Each letter stands for a different city around the world. Sit back and take a tour! Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.…

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Honey Typography | Alberto Martinez and Franc Navarro

Here’s some unusual typography – these laser-cut and honey-covered letters are a project by Alberto Martinez and Franc Navarro, who studied at the IED in Barcelona. Students were asked to create a typography design with little post production, which also had to be inspired by liquids. Martinez and Navarro responded…

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Typography in Switzerland | SwissType

SwissType collects examples of typography in from around, you guessed it, Switzerland. On their website, you’ll find all kinds of writing and type, from shop signs to posters, neons and numbers, some in French, some in German, according to their location in this fascinating European country. See more here. And if…

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Illustrated Alphabet | Valérie Hugo

These nature-inspired screen printed letters are the work of French illustrator Valérie Hugo. In her detailed letters, you’ll find not only birds, fish, and other animals but also flowers, leaves, feathers and much more. Her simple colour palette makes the details of each letter stand out, and we love her…

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Typography Scrabble | Andrew Capener

When it comes to board games, original is often best, but not so where Scrabble is concerned! Designer and typography lover Andrew Capener is behind this amazing edition of the world-famous word game, which uses twelve different typefaces to spruce up the letter tiles, and has also designed a special…

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Portraits of women | LESLIE NICHOLS

Those detailed portraits of women are designed manually with a typewriter. The artist from Kentucky, USA,  Leslie Nichols is well-known for her works created only with typewriters. The series is known as Textual Portraits alludes to the idea that our lives are the creations of our minds. She shows images of contemporary women from…

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8 Questions With Silvia Virgillo

We’ve already introduced you to typography enthusiast Silvia Virgillo, both here on Feel Desain, and between the pages of Feel Magazine. She was kind enough to talk to us about her Lettering da Torino project, and the importance of typography.   1. Where did the idea for Lettering da Torino…

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Neon Muzeum

Feel Desain recently visited the Neon Muzeum in Warsaw – a unique exhibition dedicated to preserving Poland’s iconic cold war era neon signs. The museum came about in 2005 when it started displaying images of neon signs, then moving on to focus on the restoration and display of the real…

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WINNER of the framed poster from AllPosters.it

Feel Desain is happy to announce the lucky winner of the All Posters giveaway. And the winner is..   * * * drum roll * * * Follower number 21 aka Julia Haa! Congrats! Check your Facebook email, we’ve sent you a message.     Did you miss this giveaway? Don’t forget…

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Graphic Artist creates images with tiny dots | Xavier Casalta

Freelance graphic artist Xavier Casalta creates beautiful typographic pieces and illustrations using a stippling technique which involves drawing thousands of tiny dots. The French artist spends hundreds of hours on some of his work and uses pens with 0.10mm nibs to create spectacular pieces, with lettering that seems printed, and…