— slečny/misses: Book
The book slečny/misses is comprised of eight literary adaptations of open
confessions of unmarried women in the Czech Republic and Czechoslovakia,
ranging from 1920’s to the present. The resulting book is a combination of
documentary work, journalism, sociological research, creative writing,
historical, political and economic reflections, gender subjects, art and
photographs. Photography by Dita Pepe.
Awarded the 3rd Price of The Most Beautiful Czech Books 2012 organized
by The Ministry of Culture.
# 346 pages, 148x210 mm, edge coloring, cover title and jacket debossed
— in-between points of view: Master Thesis Book, Graduate Thesis II.
"As a designer I am committed to creating graphic narratives that encourage
readers to adopt shifting perspectives within a single subject or theme. (...)"
Thesis book summarizes 2 years of study at RISD. It contains short essays,
an interview with Radim Peško and projects which explore graphic design´s
ability to provide diverse perspectives. Original display typeface called "In-
between" has been designed and used for the book cover. It mimics the idea
of physical gaps, drawing attention to the in-between moments inside of
# 208 pages, 8x10 in, various paper formats, softcover, perfect binding
— Pomsta Font
Revenge. Vendetta. Die Rache. Vengeance. Pomsta.
Font is available only through this website.
— Damian Ortega at RISD Museum of Art
Damian Ortega’s installation in the space are deploying the principle
of fragmentation and spatial dispersion of forms. How would he
fragment letter forms? How would he allow viewers to experience this
process of deconstruction and perception? And how does it feel to
transfer three dimensional forms onto a flat surface? Even we’re looking
at the two dimensional poster, we can experience tension between the
three dimensional letterforms and the flatness of the canvas, between
colors, clarity and experiment, information and interpretation.
— Missed Connections–Something has disappeared: Book, Graduate Studio II.
This project was originally inspired by photographs of abandoned places. This places evoke abandoned stories. Similar abandoned stories appear every day in category "Missed connections". My intention was to create a chronologically ordered documentation that will show interaction with these people. These messages will never find the intended recipient and remain abandoned in the virtual space. Yet thanks to this virtual space they can be shared with others.
# 18,5x27 cm, 72 pages, french fold with die cutting
— Babel Font
Babel is intended for display purposes. Inspired by the polorhythms, syncopation and improvisation of jazz music, it consists of 1 regular and 2 alternate alphabets (along with numbers and symbols) for mixing and matching, allowing you to create spontaneous typographic forms. Originally developed for British jazz label "Babel Label".
Font is available only through this website.
— Stein, Gertrude. 1914. Tender Buttons: Video
Video visualization of Gertrude Stein’s writing. She emphasizes the sounds and rhythms rather than the sense of words. By departing from conventional meaning, grammar and syntax, she attempted to capture “moments of consciousness,” independent of time and memory.
Text used: "Go red go red, laugh white. Suppose a collapse in rubbed purr, in rubbed purr get. Little sales ladies little sales ladies little saddles of mutton. Little sales of leather and such beautiful beautiful, beautiful beautiful."
— El. Max. Dan.: Brochure
3 essays about typography written by El Lissitzky, Max Bill and Dan Friedman.
3 voices. Triangle.
— Object Poster: Graduate Studio I.
"All the things we experience in life can be separeted into two realms,
the realm of the senses and the realm of the concept." – Scott McCloud
— The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe: Chart Alphabet
Typeface system experiment.
— AAAARG? FFFFOUND!
A self-initiated project – series of 10 magazines.
Mixing my favourite text and image inspiration
sources into a single pocket brochure.
— Book cover "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer"
Submision for Penguin´s contest to design a new cover. My intent was to reinvent Watteau´s Jupiter and Antiope painting, which was a bit over-used in older versions of the book cover. Instead of to continue this cliché trend I rather used an aggressive liquid water spray to damage texture of Watteau´s painting to express murderer´s frustration.
— Managing The Design and The Production Process: Process Book
Summary of work over 3 months when I worked on projects
for various studios and clients in Prague and London.