News, personal or unpublished work and random experiments, usually on typography or Cinema 4D.
Fedrigoni 365—2019Fedrigoni 365 is a collaboration involving 365 designers, illustrators and photographers from throughout the UK. For the 2019 edition I was asked to contribute a design for the spread of January 7.The design is based on the thought that typography is the tool for language, with numbers being the tool for math. Both offer more than one way to express and write something. Photos by TM Studio
Between 9–13 of July I attended TSS London 2018, an incredible week-long summer course organised by Fraser Muggeridge Studio.During the week we worked on two really interesting projects.
1.The design of a print version for Wikipedia—individual assignment2.The revival of a lettering, designed in a contemporary way and as a fully functional font—designed in collaboration with Viktoria Hohl and Jenny Song
Recently I presented my font Praktise at TypeThursdayLondon, a really nice event about typography, where I received very valuable feedback from fellow type designers. That said, Praktise has to be revisited as a design, which pushes its publish date a bit further away.
Dobri — EBGE 2018First prize as self initiated project.
Self initiated projects are, above all, about creating content. When that content is up to 8.2 ABV barley juice, the project immediately has the prospect of becoming much more fun.
In 2016, I started brewing Dobri which after twelve batches, three recipes and a very meticulous design approach, became pretty successful in both the brewing and design communities.
After a year Dobri has received very good reviews from several breweries in Greece and its design has been featured online by The Brand Identity, The Dieline, AIGA Eye on Design, Étapes, Grilli Type and many more websites, in print by Inspo-Finds and now it was also awarded first prize at EBGE 2018.
I'm really glad to see a truly interdisciplinary personal project getting so much attention. It couldn't have been possible without the contribution and illustration by Angelina Panagiotopoulou and the stunning photography by Christos Kotsinis.