When you think of street typography, you immediately think of street art but there’s more to the story.
Street typography is actually every typographic element that you can possibly find in cities outdoors, such as stone engravings, painted signs, shop fronts, …
Those typographic signs give a general atmosphere of a city or neighborhood. They go rather unnoticed but we think they are beautiful and should be cherished.
The Dutch/Belgian winter landscape never looked so good with fresh and young covetable pieces.
An apartment in Turin is a potent if partial testimony to the life and works of one of Italy’s most influential and eccentric 20th-century designers- though he never lived there.