The creation of the branding and promotional materials for a week long series of activities aimed at promoting charity organisation Islington Giving and encouraging people to discover more about their local community. Islington Giving asks people to give what they can, be it money, time or talents, to make a difference.
“Literally, everyone is singing your praises in the office right now as they LOVE the brochure!” Lizzie Stallybrass, Islington Giving
A workshop in which you become part of a Steampunk style Twitter feed on the #FutureOfType?
Thursday May 2nd from 6.30-9.30pm
In the Bridewell Hall, St Bride Foundation
Tickets £25 · Concessions & Friends of St Bride Library £22.50 · Students £20
This is one of a series of workshops run by With Relish creative director Sarah Hyndman as part of the new Type Tasting initiative. The St Bride Library is a well respected organisation which makes a good stage to pose the question ‘what is the future of type?’. The workshop has been featured in the design press, listed in Eye magazine and Creative Review and Design Week have set the question as their Voxpop which was answered by typographer Erik Spiekermann and Typographic Circle president Alan Dye.
By Matt, the Londonist, 28th February 2013
If you’re one of the large number of people who gets excited over fonts, letters and typography, take a look at this upcoming series of Type Tasting events. These workshops and events are run by Sarah Hyndman, and get participants experimenting with type.
Type Tasting presents…
An afternoon workshop about how running makes you feel, led by Sarah Hyndman. The participants brainstormed words and phrases about how running makes them feel. They then recreated the words in a way that visually represented what the word means.
Startup initiative gigglr is an online pinboard that lets you share information about the gigs you go to with your friends. It taps into the culture of music obsession, “I was there”, and also lets you share reviews and news with like minded music fans.
Type Tasting presents…
An evening of Typographic Swearing & Cursing. An antidote to all the gooey sweetness that has become Valentine’s Day.
Airships were the ‘ocean liners of the sky’ in the early 20th century but they were expensive and the technology was volatile. Since the 1960s airships have used non-flammable helium and once filled they consume very little energy which makes them one of the greenest forms of long distance transport.
With Relish have created the visual identity for the Philharmonia Orchestra’s pan-European series celebrating the centenary of Polish composer Witold Lutosławski.
Type as Image
Home Using type as a graphic device is a powerful typographic tool – the way in which a word is written, or what medium it is written in, can often express a desired message much more succinctly or poignantly than an image might be capable of. Meaning can be added to words through the shape/form that they take as well as what they actually say.