I am often asked what is it about typography that I love so much. The thing about me is that I am a very intuitive designer. A lot of the design decisions I make are based on intuition. This is a personality trait where I rely very heavily on the gut feeling. On introspection I... Continue Reading →
Overtime I have realized my favorite part of typography is creating letterforms. The relationships of the different elements, the interactions the balancing of the weight, it's almost therapeutic to sit for hours and create letterforms. Off late I have been dabbling with letterforms from regional Indian scripts. It have opened up a whole new exciting... Continue Reading →
I recently started getting my insomnia back, and like most creative minds, I (think) I get my best ideas at night... I was scrolling through my phone and found a piece I had written a few years back, it still spoke to me. So at 3 am, I decided to make an experimental type piece... Continue Reading →
Typography and packaging are my two most favourite things, and to see them together like this is just divine! I visited a huge wine shop in Delaware, and some of the packaging was spectacular. In fact alchohol package is one project I really want to work on! Seems like the design aesthetic in the industry... Continue Reading →
Came across this really great signage in New York, right next to Parsons. Love the interaction of the words and play with surfaces.
Visited this AMAZING candy store in Philadelphia–Lolli and Pops! Chocolate + Awesome Typography, It doesn't get better than this .... While the design is fantastic, what really wowed me was the production and the attention to detail! This client seems like a designer's dream come true. From foiling to embossing, to embroidery, and even large... Continue Reading →
I love experimenting with letterforms, the lower case g is my favourite glyph (after the & of course) here are some random experiments I did while working on a branding project.
So there are a dime a dozen websites which will explain the meaning of stress in typography, so I am just going to give a quick explanation The first typefaces, designed in the 15th and 16th centuries, emulate calligraphy, therefore there is a certain variation in the stroke of the letters, the transition of the... Continue Reading →