Tag Archives: chocolate factory n16

Pop Up Typography Emporium

OpenStudios03

Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th December
TYPE TASTING PRESENTS:
Pop-Up Typography Emporium

We’ve been busy for the first day of Open Studios at the Chocolate Factory N1. The Type Tasting studio is full of all things typographic including Zoltar’s Font Fortune booth and a preview of The Type Taster book.

The pop-up is open again tomorrow (Sunday) for a range of things type and letter related including glow-in-the-dark neon letter prints, screen printed Dalston posters, framed initials, signage art and more. Consult with the great Zoltar for your Type Tasting Font Fortune.

Pop-Up Typography Emporium, Studio F7, The Chocolate Factory, Farleigh Place, London N16 7SX (Dalston Kingsland/Dalston Junction) 11am to 6pm

OpenStudios08

Continue reading

Pop-Up Typography Emporium save the date

sketched letters to print_square_ST3_Layout 1 fishy reveal

Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th December
TYPE TASTING PRESENTS:
Pop-Up Typography Emporium

The pop-up will be back for two days in the Type Tasting studio as part of Winter Open Studios at the Chocolate Factory N16. There will be a range of things type and letter related including glow-in-the-dark neon letter prints, screen printed Dalston posters, framed initials, signage art and more. Consult with the great Zoltar for your Type Tasting Font Fortune.

Pop-Up Typography Emporium, Studio F7, The Chocolate Factory, Farleigh Place, London N16 7SX (Dalston Kingsland/Dalston Junction) 11am to 6pm

Type Tasting Font Fortunes, Fortune Teller Miracle Font phrenology head HR

Continue reading

Blog: Dalston reimagined

all together bigD_lrr

rubys r1 rubys r2

Blog: Dalston reimagined

We created an installation of Dalston signage in the Type Tasting studio and invited participants to create customised Dalston letters. A wide range of people joined in, from graphic designers and visiting design students to grandparents and children. It was a creative and colourful weekend. Click on the main image twice to see all the detail at full size.

Above is the Helvetica ‘R’ from the chatty cinema sign over Ruby’s Bar and below is the neon ‘A’ from Dalston Superstore.

Continue reading