“For this year, I wanted to make the letters and numbers feel more personalized, so I took a more playful and grunge approach. It was also an experiment with a new style, and I wanted to see how that would translate to typography.”
We have published a number of features on Stockholm-based studio Snask, but this might be the most intriguing one yet.
Created in collaboration with Pangpang Brewery, the ‘Shower Beer’ is a “sweet but strong pale ale, served up in a palm-friendly 18 cl bottle, that can be finished in three gulps while taking a shower”.
New York-based digital artist Noah Camp created this nostalgic series of typographic illustrations celebrating his favorite toys from the 90s.
“It’s time to dig out your best pair of JNCOs, put your crystal Pepsi on ice, and join me on a trip down memory lane. 36 Days of Type 2019 is all about your favorite childhood toys from the 90s. ‘90s Toypography’ is going to make you nostalgic for a time when Blockbuster was alive, Sun-In was all the rage, and hacky sack was cool. Although I am still game for a hack circle anytime.
The 90s toys included in the series are Ants in the Pants, Bopit, Connect Four, Dream Phone, Etch-a-Sketch, Furby, Nickelodeon Gak, Hungry Hungry Hippos, Don’t Break the Ice, Jenga, Koosh ball, Lite-Brite, Mouse Trap, Nintendo (NES), Operation, Mister Potato Head, Q*Bert, Rainbow Brite, Super Soaker, Troll doll, Uno, Viewmaster, Wuzzles, X-Men, Yak Bak, and Nintendo’s Zelda. Don’t tell me these don’t dredge up some fun memories!”