the 1946 dispute
An editorial design presenting the well-known dispute between Max Bill and Jan Tschichold with Paul Renner as a neutral voice through newspaper format.
Using three different colors, typefaces, type setting to represent the three voices and positions of these three designers.
Adam S. Lucas
time is simultaneity
To me, there are no distinctions between past, present and future. Everything that has happened, is happening and will happen are all there.
The idea of my Time is inspired by the design of the volume bars which is increased by stacking up increments. Each level of paper represents an event. The higher the level is, the further the future it is in. And vice versa.The lines between only link to the same level but not the upper or lower levels, interpret the idea that events following a given event need not be in a direct cause-effect relationship.
This project shown in the BFA Advertsing and BFA Design
Annual Show 2015 at the Arts Directors Club.
A magazine consists of a collection of experimental projects. There are three chapters: Music, Time, Sound. The Sound issue using typography to show the rhythm of Shakespeare Sonnet XLLI. The Time issue showcase typographic sculpture–Time Is Simultaneity.