As graphic designers we spend much of our time working with typographic applications for a variety of two-dimensional surfaces from magazines to computer screens. There is, however, a world of rich typographic experience both formal and informal in signs graffiti, and other forms of lettering that inhabit our everyday environment.
For this project we were to select a discrete sector of this environment and make a photo essay book about it. We would have authorship of the collecting of the photo material, the writing of an essay to accompany it, and the design of the book. We only had to choose our subject matter, in which case, mine was the type found within personal spaces.