36daysoftype. typographic explorations done for 36daysoftype, a collaborative project where designers come together to create a letterform a day. in this edition, my aim was simple—to do all letters as different from each other as possible, and to do them mostly all in vector. (a few photoshop textures found themselves in). this constraint was self-imposed, and allowed me to re-acquaint myself with adobe illustrator's tools, as well as put some boundaries to where to start each day's letter.

in the previous year's submissions, the self-inflicted challenge had been to draw all letterforms by ink or pencil. no computers at all—just exploring internal structure of all the letterforms.