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After acquiring a book of blueprints from the props department of the Star Wars films, I thought it would be interesting to produce a Star Wars font that wasn’t part of the usual on-screen experience.
I scanned the various letter shapes and punctuation that I could find, and brought them into Adobe Illustrator to convert into vector files. Here I could also tidy things up a little and bring in some uniformity in terms of size and weight. I then exported those into font-mapping software.
Blueprint ’77 was uploaded to FontSpace and is now available across the internet.
Electronic music artist 7Hz Research needed a Logo and some cover art for various projects and releases.
Understanding their name and what it meant to them led to an exploration of different ways to represent their image.
The ‘Research’ part was left off because it made the logo more difficult to use. I looked at different ways to use the negative space, as well as exploring alignments, cuts, and additional iconography.
Because the logo was so hard-edged, I chose to use photography as background imagery so I went around the town where the artist is based trying to capture interesting textures.