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Tipografías con voz ¿cómo suena la tuya?

En el mundo del diseño siempre se ha dicho que la elección de una buena tipografía es fundamental para cualquier proyecto. Cada tipografía tiene su personalidad, su carácter y añade un valor u otro en el diseño.

La agencia Ogilvy & Mather Nueva York ha querido ir un paso más allá y ha desarrollado Type Voice, una herramienta que traduce el sonido de la voz en tipografía, bajo diferentes variantes como el tono, volumen, etc.

 

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Y tú, ¿quieres saber qué tipografía traduce tu voz? Entra en TypeVoice y a ¡hablar se ha dicho!

Nosotros ya lo hemos probado ;)

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Google most searched of 2015

In the last days of the year, Google brings us this video in which we can see the popular searches of 2015.

Ready for 2016? Yes, we are!

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Handmade Type

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Tien-Min Liao is a graphic designer based in New York, who has developed a great typography experiment that explores the relationship between upper-case letters and lower-case letters. She recorded the transformation between the letters, using her painted hands, in which she drew shapes with ink and manipulated her gestures to transform it into a lower-case letter. She created 26 sets of the letters, including the upper-case and lower-case letter, and also some italic letters.

 

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Making colour, the exhibition of color

The National Gallery in London shows the exhibition Making Colour until September 7. The project invites to discover the techniques and materials used to make pigments throughout art history. In a themed rooms by color, visitors learn about the origin of cobalt blue lapislázuli, vermilion, orange, purple… and golden and silver.

One of the interesting points of the exhibition is an interactive screen to demonstrate how we perceive and record the color. Definitely an interesting exhibition to visit if you are in London.

 

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For more information:

Making Colour – National Gallery
Trafalgar Square – London
18/06 to 07/09 of 2014

Source: National Gallery

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