For the last few years, we've really enjoyed tackling the 36 Days of Type challenge.
In the words of the initiative's originators:
'36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and visual artists to express their unique interpretation of the letters and numbers of the Latin alphabet. A yearly open call that explores the creative boundaries of letterforms by challenging participants to design a letter or number each day for 36 consecutive days. The result is a global and simultaneous act that showcases the ability to represent the same symbols from thousands of different perspectives.'
This year, to mix it up from previous years, and to lessen any potential creative procrastination, we decided to do all 36 creations as one team, in one room, in one hour. We collectively stepped away from the computer and cut, pasted, coloured and spray-painted our way through all 36 days in one epic creative effort.
Here are the results.