Sunday, March 18, 2007


I'm always inspired by the work of Non-Format, out of London. They always seem to be ahead of the curve... in their archives, I see a lot of what is in magazines today.

The image above is a typographic interpretation of music lyrics for Nas. I must admit jealousy. While studying for Communication Design, we were often given these awesomely experimental typography projects. While a good learning experience, rarely we were told, are these practiced and actually paid for. So, to see this particular project, published in Fader Magazine, reminds me that those dream projects do exist.

Anyway, besides that little personal note... Non-Format is also working the art direction of Varoom Magazine. Published 3x a year, it is defined as a journal of illustration and made images. And it looks full of grand.

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