Oliver Munday has been working for months on The Wire Poster Project for which he designed 60 posters, one for each episode of HBO series The Wire. The posters are typographic responses to the epigram(s) that precede every episode. I asked Munday to tell us more.
Igor Hofbauer from Croatia started doing posters in black-and-white photocopy style in his high school days, he told me, “because that was most exiting thing I could do to contribute local music scene.” He was influenced “mostly by Russian and German posters between two wars (not just visually, also politically).
Tom Davie produced a typography print titled “Sweepin’ Down the Plain,” created to aid in the tornado recovery effort currently taking place in Moore, Oklahoma. As a new professor of graphic design at The University of Oklahoma, he wrote me: “I was compelled to use my passion for type as way to help sustain awareness and funds for schools and relief organizations located in Moore and central Oklahoma.”