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Marquee illustration series

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Typografik created these striking illustration series in 2005 for Office Ready! They are ready-made proposal covers, the subjects are business, technology, and communications. Users would simply enter the proposal title, sender name and the date. Each Illustration is made of approximately 20-25 different layers.… Continue Reading

Beyond Type book

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These are samples from the soon-to-be-published “Beyond Type” book. In 1992 Mauricio Reyes started a project called TypeLab, which invites designers from around the globe to choose any typeface and create a design showing the most expressive qualities of the font. Designs include Volume One, Five Design, Shark Byte designs, Typografik and Alliance Creative. The […]… Continue Reading

Museum of Mankind, UK

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This poster was created for the Museum of Mankind, UK in 1994.  The purpose was to create a personal interpretation of the conquest of the New World.  Should we celebrate the fact that the new world was discovered?”  Was it discovered? Destroyed? How would the people from these lands have interpreted the facts? The Christ […]… Continue Reading

Metagrafik series

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In 1996 the Digital Vision stock photography house launched a stock Illustration series called “Conceptual Vision.” Designers and studios were invited to submit designs for their stock Illustration collections. ”Conceptual Vision” is a collection of finished illustrations in layers. Users would be able and were encouraged to take any of these illustrations apart to create […]… Continue Reading

Type Lab

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In 1999 the digital magazine Magnify did an article about Typografik and other small design studios from the Washington, D.C area. Every studio was commissioned to create their own illustration. By then Typografik had started the project TypeLab so the illustration contains both names. By 1996 the pixel culture was at its peak. Everywhere you […]… Continue Reading

United Metaphysical Churches

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Metaphysics is a concept difficult to illustrate, just like justice or peace. The Arlington Metaphysical Chapel hired Typografik to redesign their website and brochures. The slogan of the chapel is “Led by the light within.” The poster contains a 360-degree perspective of a checkered floor suggesting multiple dimensions of the being. In Metaphysics angels are […]… Continue Reading

Infinite Photo

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This illustration was created for Infinite Photo and Imaging to announce the purchase of their second Lambda machine.  In the mid 1990’s the Lambda printers were unique as they could print digital images using laser technology onto C Photographic paper. The width was 52 inches by virtually any length. That made these machines an inexpensive […]… Continue Reading

ITC Binary typeface promotional poster

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This illustration was created to promote Mauricio Reyes’ ITC Binary font. The Illustration is a metaphor about everything that has a binary opposite, Yes-No, Right-Wrong, On-Off. The Greek head was used because ITC Binary is a composite of classic Greek letterforms with Helvetica, a very modern sans-serif typeface. The result was a beautiful new semi-serif […]… Continue Reading

Infinite Photo and Imaging

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Infinite Photo and Imaging were invited to participate in a major print exhibit in Washington, D.C. For their stand, Mauricio Reyes created these huge wall-sized illustrations that demonstrate the power of Photo Shop.  Everything in the illustration was added. The wall did not have wallpaper: That was a pattern from an old book scanned and […]… Continue Reading

Franz Mayer Museum poster

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Located in the Saint Veracruz square in the heart of Mexico City, the Franz Mayer Museum houses one of the main collections of decorative arts of Mexico. They frequently sponsor exhibits about design, photography and modern pottery. The Franz Mayer Museum sponsored an exhibit called “Tipografia Espiritual,” or “Spiritual Typography” about letterforms and alphabets found […]… Continue Reading

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