How to ‘Print’ Type with a Needle and Thread By stitching two overlapping CMYK thread colours at 90 and 45 degrees, an ‘analogue halftone’ is created. Hand embroidered by Evelin Kasikov, a London based designer.
Mélissa Zambrana pour CLDesign I Conception CLDesign. Réalisé dans le cadre d’un stage chez CLDesign. Melissa Zambrana Graphiste Graphisme Graphic Designer Paris Sydney Melbourne Design Editorial Designer Typo Typographie Creative print Type book mise en page minimalist livre architect architecte portfolio architecture Identité logo black white identity charte www.mz-graphisme.com
2011 We have developed our studio interpretation of William Caslon’s two-line Egyptian from 1816, arguably the first sans-serif printing type to be sold commercially. We have used variations on this type for signage and the study room at the John Soane’s Museum (with Caruso St John architects), signage at Café Royal (with David Chipperfield Architects) and as an identity for DRDH architects.