Friends, this is beautiful:
It’s Kaffeesatz set in, well, plants.
Looks like ivy.
It’s a rendering made by my friend and Kromse-mate Bernhard from his ongoing promotion project called Tree Hugger at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar about digital tree renderings.
Imagine this as an animation, type growing slowly from plants. Imagine this in 3D. Image the title of my forthcoming Antithesis film animated with this technology.
I’ll keep you posted.
I’ve added this as a perk over on the Indiegogo campaign.
Get your name rendered in beautiful ivy.
This video will demonstrate you the skills and will power of Alexander Stephan, a fellow tribesman and my 3D Coproducer for the Antithesis film.
It’s a music video he made for Sunfish, further close friends of ours. It is a mix of real 3D footage and computer animation. Alexander has his new website Magical Agency up, though there is nothing to see except the video at this point. Also on the web site you will find an Anaglyph 3D version of the video requiring the use of red/cyan Anaglyph glasses.
I just left Hungary’s O.Z.O.R.A. Festival where I filmed some really exciting footage for the trailer to be used for the upcoming Antithesis crowd funding attempt.
The TYPO Berlin is coming up and with it a very exciting week full of type nerdery. Time to publish some more information about the Antithesis typeface (work in progress).
Thanks to FontShop’s great support you will again find a printed Antithesis promotion poster and a flyer in the conference’s goodie bags. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Read here about the typeface.
This is Erik Marinovich of Friends Of Type totally digging the Antithesis promotion poster that went around on TYPO San Francisco. If you’re from the Bay Area and still interested in having a copy, you can grab them in Erik’s and Jessica Hische’s studio Title Case in San Francisco, for instance in one of their lettering workshops or Type-Nerd Breakfasts.
Thanks again to FontShop for having the promotional material in this fantastic conference’s goodie bags and to Erik and Title Case to host the left over copies and to Frank Grießhammer for taking the above photo.
Your next chance to get hands on the poster is on TYPO Berlin in May. Hope to see you there.