Monowidth display typeface for the San Diego History Center exhibition on Jewish immigrants in California, inspired by songs of The Beach Boys and anatomy of the Hebrew script, both at the same time.
Revival of Chamfer Condensed, based on a display cut by Minneapolis-based American Type Founders as published in Fifty Type Specimens from the collection of Tobias Frere-Jones.
Stencil typeface modeled after lettering seen on a military truck in Siberia, in Latin and Cyrillic.
Close interpretation of a stencil font used for the street signs of Venice, nizioletti. That R leaves an impression.
Digitization and mastering for a one-weight, caps-only proprietary font based on an architect’s handwriting.
Exploration of slanted, high-contrast, ultra-condensed type with geometric origins.
Sans serif in two weights developed during a four-week residency program at the School of Visual Arts.
Display typeface drawn with a sharpie, taking inspiration from hand-lettered protest posters made by early gay rights activists.