An A6 publication to accompany the 2019 Kingston Graphic Design degree show, Units.
Variable Tones is a typeface that has been designed to convey and express the same subtle emotional tones of a spoken sentence. Built as a variable font, a technology that allows letterforms to morph between visual states via the use of a slider, Variable Tones can be altered to appear both neutral and angry. A short speculative film demonstrating the typeface's function in social media can be seen here.
London After Midnight
London After Midnight is the name of a 1927 silent horror film that was lost in a MGM studio vault fire in 1965. This title sequence, which was made in response to reading the film's script, re-animates ideas, themes and motifs that might have been seen in the original film.