I'm so excited to share this project that has been 6 months in the making.
Erik Blood is a talented music maker and producer in Seattle, WA. He just released a new full length album called Lost in Slow Motion, available in digital, vinyl – and cassette tape! All three mediums feature his new custom wordmark, title and track listing, courtesy of yours truly.
Check out his music and videos on his website, and purchase the album here.
Thank again Erik for this great challenge – it was a blast!
(Photo credit: Erik Blood)
I'm proud to share a custom wordmark I created for a very special project:
Jane100 is a year-long celebration of the life and legacy of Jane Jacobs, the inspiring urban theorist, author and citizen activist who made Toronto her home for nearly 40 years. To mark the occasion of what would have been her 100th year, you’re invited to organize or attend an event that brings Jane’s ideas to life – be it a book club, a block party, a film screening, or a day of community design.Much thanks to Jay at Studio Jaywall for this great opportunity!
With your help, from May 2016 to May 2017 we will animate Toronto with 100 events that engage citizens in dialogue, action and the spirit of Jane – events that challenge us to see our city from new or overlooked perspectives.
Last November, I had the pleasure of interviewing book designer Coralie Bickford-Smith at the RGD Design Thinkers conference in Toronto. Ms. Bickford-Smith was a pleasure to chat with, and had lots of great things to say about design, problem solving, and the changes in the publishing industry.
You can read the full interview in issue 29 of Uppercase Magazine. Thank you to Ms. Bickford-Smith for her time and to Janine for this great opportunity.
p.s. Janine was kind enough to list me as a Featured Contributor in the current issue. Thanks, Janine!
On Saturday, April 2, I had the pleasure of teaching 13 folks the basics of hand lettering at the beautiful UPPERCASE studio in Calgary, Alberta. The event was generously sponsored by the fine folks at Sakura.
Thanks again to Janine for making this all possible.