Helvetica Illustrated Riso Print – Julien Gapany
Twelve illustrations were made for the track “Fontname(s) Illustrated” in the Slanted Magazine, two of them in form no. 253, ten in the Slanted Magazine # 23—Suisse Issue were mapped. Raban Ruddigkeit, who has been curating this category for many years, has invited illustrators from Switzerland to do so. For the first time, the default was a single font name for everyone—Helvetica. The font names were visualized by the invited illustrators according to their ideas in an illustration.
A limited edition of the illustrations will be available in the Slanted Shop, produced on a Risograph in A3 format. The limited to 10 pieces each prints are numbered and personally signed by the respective illustrator.
From now on, the limited edition prints can be preordered exclusively at the Slanted Shop.
Born in Geneva in 1990, Julien Gapany was always passionate by art in its various forms. In 2011 he entered the CFPAA in Geneva where he is currently a 3rd year graphic design student. He tries to focus his personal work on abstract and figurative geometrical compositions, the simplification of a subject and the relation Typography/image. His main goal is to experiment and to learn a new way of thinking and working.
DIN A3, 29,7 × 42 cm
Limited of 10 pieces
numbered and signed