Academic project in which each student had to do a work using 100 or more images. The purpose of the task was to explore the work of the designer as a curator, choosing and editing different data in order to create a meaning from it. Developed at UEMG under the orientation of Ricardo Portilho.
Due to personal interest, I chose typography as the field to be explored. Through typography I got to the subject of type designers, and the fact that most of the times they don't get as much fame as their work do. Everyone knows how Helvetica looks like, but what about Max Miedinger?.
Along with answering that kind of questions, the poster also provides a better/easier visualization of "the 100 best types of all time" their type designers, and the position they occupy on that list.
unfortunately, I couldn't find a picture of everyone
Photos had to be transformed into half-tone patterns for printing purposes, due to low-resolution
a list of the typefaces/designer was added to the bottom of the poster to help navigation