The Typefaces
Faces in Type
Somewhere between the world of being a dad, and being a designer, I had an idea on the train. Could it be a kids' book or a design book? And how on earth do we make it happen?

For the designer in every child and the child in every designer. The typefaces are simply, faces in type. Some people have suggested they encourage us to look at old things in new ways.
Published by Victionary and available in bookshops and on Amazon. The Typefaces inspired exhibitions, talks, and an invitation to Apple.
D&AD: Wood Pencil
Cannes Lion: Shortlist
Clio: Silver
New York Festivals: Winner
The Drum: Winner x2
Communication Arts: Winner
Design Week UK: Winner
Print Magazine: Winner
Type Directors Club: Winner
WPP'd cream: Gold
2016 – Present. Personal project, global.

London Exhibition
From a child's perspective, The Typefaces are simply, faces in type. From the designer's viewpoint, the idea reimagines letterforms that are hundreds of years old to breathe new life into them. 
Hand-printed numbered editions
​​​​​​​Inspired by letterpress printing and playful observations, they were born in a sketchpad, grew up in a book, and can now be found wandering the streets, climbing the walls, tweeting their mouths off, and spending all their time on the 'gram.
Today at Apple: The Typefaces
Singapore exhibition
Some have said The Typefaces encourage us all to look at familiar things in new ways, others have said "It is fun looking for Polar Bears"

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