Studio Het Mes writes: ‘The theme — longing and loss — and the venue, a museum for harbour history, served as a good excuse for a poster that makes a nod to nostalgia. Odesta’s expressive lowercase (with a good ij-ligature!) and small caps are paired with two types that are not nostalgic at all, but work well in this case: Neutral (with alternate ‘a’ and ‘t’) and Panorama.’
Desiger Marek Chmiel writes: ‘3/4 is slovak cultural magazine published in random intervals. It’s focused on niche topics, not necessarily related with local scene. Each issue has distinctive dramaturgy and graphic design and over the years whole bunch of designers took turns creating it.’
Doko webfont used extensively in the redesign of the website of Academy of Fine Arts And Design in Bratislava. Designed by Martin Kahan.
Ondrej Gavalda designed this book for the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Slovart. The neon paper jacket and painted foredges play beautifully off the traditional, yet modern forms of Doko.
A poster for Psisko featuring Remi and custom lettering by designer Marek Chmiel who writes: ‘Psisko is annual charity event in Český Těšín, Czech republic, raising funds for animal shelters. The name means ‘dog’, hence the bone shape.’
Designer, Kyle Louis Fletcher’s second time out with Odesta — the small caps for this project. He writes: ‘[This is an] adhesive label for a friend’s limited edition aged cherry bourbon liquor. It tastes really good.’ We assume that means the liquor, not the label…. : )