1. Anna Kull receives makeup from co-star & makeup artist Alison Moy on the set of Good Morning Apocalypse, September 2013

    Anna Kull receives makeup from co-star & makeup artist Alison Moy on the set of Good Morning Apocalypse, September 2013

  2. Lintscape (2013)
A collaboration with Yaz Rosete

    Lintscape (2013)

    A collaboration with Yaz Rosete

  3. Unordered List, (aka Abbey Code) (2013)
Based on Experimental Jetset’s surprisingly popular, annoyingly over-saturated, & humorously misunderstood John Paul Ringo George. As the original suggested, in the end it is simply a style wrapped around any unordered list.
More info // More ripoffs

    Unordered List, (aka Abbey Code) (2013)

    Based on Experimental Jetset’s surprisingly popular, annoyingly over-saturated, & humorously misunderstood John Paul Ringo George. As the original suggested, in the end it is simply a style wrapped around any unordered list.

    More info // More ripoffs

  4. coopertype2013:

    After-class/term drinks at Cooper’s with some of the Type@Cooper crowd last week. Wish I had remembered to bust out the camera earlier so as to have gotten more people.

    Type@Cooper@Coopers

  5. A week ago, my classmates and I were setting up for a weekend of Python coding with the awesome and ever-patient Ben Kiel for the final workshop of Type@Cooper Term 2. It was a brain melter for sure, but I felt it got the Python foundation laid in my mind, and had me excited and relatively competent to dive into more Python craziness.

    A week ago, my classmates and I were setting up for a weekend of Python coding with the awesome and ever-patient Ben Kiel for the final workshop of Type@Cooper Term 2. It was a brain melter for sure, but I felt it got the Python foundation laid in my mind, and had me excited and relatively competent to dive into more Python craziness.

  6. Scenes from the Term 2 final critique with Chester Jenkins & Christian Schwartz! Thank you so much guys for your time and insight! The class took away the notes, ready to work on our original typefaces to prepare for term 3, where we’ll be respectively making italics and bold weights. It was interesting to see how far everyone in the class had gone with their typefaces. It was also funny to see the the common issues that came up with each of us (such as the wide Z’s (Zed) and tope heavy S’s) , and thinking about how much influence we have on each other and each other’s typefaces. Thankful to be with a talented and inspiring crowd!

  7. Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaciiiiiiiiiiiing!

    Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaciiiiiiiiiiiing!

  8. coopertype2013:

    The Type@Cooper class took a break from our typeface projects this past weekend for a workshop with Sumner Stone. He gave talks on the historical context of roman capitals that included quite a few historical-gap-filling-insights by Sumner that were really quite fascinating. We also went through many sketching techniques that differed from previous workshop instructors, which gave the class a fresh view of how to approach a problem from a different angle.

    While talking amongst ourselves, it was interesting to see, after going through many workshops with different instructors and their differing techniques, how many of my peers have found a style here of there that they feel more comfortable with. It’s also interesting having these techniques at your disposal, so that you have an alternate route of approaching when a particular letter starts giving you trouble.

    Anyway, for the main driving force of the workshop, we sketched a small set of letter forms, worked and reworked them into usable pieces that could be modularized and reset into a strict(ish) system (which kind of tied into the historical context of how some styles of the original body copy roman capitals were created). In one weekend, we each hashed out a complete title set, digitized & spaced it, and printed off proofs for a final critique at the end of Sunday.

    We joke about the workshop being a ‘break’, but while quite the whirlwind experience, it was a nice release of energy to play with these new faces and have a little fun with the limitations in both time & construction.

  9. Here are some sketches of mine (in the negative, for a change of pace) from last weekend’s workshop at Type@Cooper with Sumner Stone.

    Here are some sketches of mine (in the negative, for a change of pace) from last weekend’s workshop at Type@Cooper with Sumner Stone.