February in Minnesota feels about as far away from summertime as you can get—maybe that’s why I felt so compelled to illustrate it. I decided to create a woven pattern of a forest floor complete with birds, butterflies and the likes.
If you’d like to nab it for your phone or computer, the pattern is now available as a wallpaper through the very cool, The Fox Is Black’s Desktop Wallpaper Project. (Thanks Bobby!)
And if you’d like to nab it for your house, the pattern is also available as a pillow or print through Society6.
Earlier this summer we had the great pleasure of meeting the Lost Type crew during their Field Trip SF, where they went letter hunting in San Francisco’s Mission district. In the end, producing their first installment of Mission Script, designed by James T. Edmondson. While they were here, another Lost Type masterpiece was also in the making. Let me introduce to you DUDE by Daniel Gneiding. Dude is a robust slab serif with a remarkable twelve different styles—pretty unreal! We were definitely honored to play a part, contributing a spread to the Dude Type Specimen Book. Great job Daniel and everyone who contributed to the book.