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Future on Instagram, episode 06

tomorrow.type.today co-curator Timur Zima compiled a list of your future subscriptions for the sixth time. (While we hope that tomorrow’s Instagram and Telegram accounts are already in your subscriptions list)

Jul 1, 2021


@kpka.m

"I enjoy watching how far it is possible to take a letter away from its typical construction before it is no longer recognisable." — says Monica Kopka, graphic and type designer living in Belgium. She loves experimenting with form and will often favour that over legibility. Monika loves creating bold typography that has a lot of personality. Even when designing a clean sans serif, it’s important for her to find a way to inject a strong character that sets the font apart from others.


@paulrwnd

Typography and type design are key elements of Franz-Paul Senftleben’s work. He also works with brand identity, print media, user interfaces, video- and audio production. Franz-Paul focused on versatile and functional, but zeitgeist-driven design.


@p__lumm

After three years of studying graphic design in Lille, Marie Ducrocq decided to take on type design. She moved to Paris to get a master’s degree in graphic design with focus on type and typography. In her work, typography is a huge playground where she experiments with shapes, textures, and pushes boundaries of legibility. Elaborating each concept, Marie pushes them to the maximum, at times creating a whole new universe. At the same time her work shows love of minimalistic, simple, and effective design.


@alex.creq

Alexandre Crequer is a 20 years old graphic and type designer based in Rennes, France. Thanks to pandemic he had plenty of time to focus on typographic practice — mostly, bespoke modular typography. Today, he finds interest in interpreting songs through custom types and drawing letterforms in unusual places.


@kristian______s

Kristian Startari is a graphic designer from Australia. He has a passion for dark music and tries to represent that in his works. Kristian usually combines aggressive type and dark atmosphere with a simple layout, to make the viewer focus on details.


@alessioborando

Alessio Borando is a graphic design student and freelancer from Switzerland. His austere, simple style demands perfection in form, color, and typography.


@pointfwrd

Amsterdam-based agency Pointforward Collective promises to deliver a clear and convincing message to the audience by any means: through a music track, a short film or a new brand identity. The collective describes itself as a result of a global collaboration, bringing together creatives from all over the world and all possible fields.


@individual_jang

Hyunjun Jang is a graphic designer based in Basel. His work is mostly based on highly expressive types (sometimes closer to an ornament than a letter), augmented reality, and intense 3D imagery.