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The shipping season has been hitting its peak over the past few days, so we thought it appropriate to share the typographic explorations of Barcelona-based design studio Lo Siento (previous post here). Among their highly creative undertakings are works in which they experiment with injecting colored liquid into individual pouches of plastic bubble wrap to form typographic figures. And these projects represent a larger theme in Lo Siento’s work: tangible typography. They are so in touch (no pun intended) with the nuances of letterforms, that they’re able to transfer that heightened awareness into physical objects, which is pretty astounding. We are sort of desensitized to design in some ways with advances in computer generated graphics, but when work like this comes along, it really catches our eye. Other works of Lo Siento’s include hand-formed muselet typography, cardboard typographic “skeleton”, and 4D letters, among many others. They are masters, and we really admire their work.

Via losiento.net

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Quebec-based illustrator Sébastien Thibault has an impressive body of work. In addition to an aesthetically pleasing, bold, slightly grungy style, his conceptual approach is really smart. And this thoughtful mastery has attracted an outstanding client list, including Time Magazine, Wired Magazine, Boston Globe, Consumer Reports, and Readers Digest, among others.

Via sebastienthibault.com

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We really love the work of Minneapolis-based multidisciplinary artist Brock Davis (see a previous post here). There is an aesthetically pleasing, very ordered and simple thread throughout all of his work, and Davis produces an amazing variety. This recent lightbulb series for Wired Magazine is just one example. Brock rocks!

Via itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com

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