Erik Brandt, Ficciones Typografika Intermezzo Jū san (72”x36”, 2014).

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Erik Brandt, 2013. Found some time to finally post images of the tea cup and saucer I made for the 2013 AGI Congress in London Special Project. Many thanks to Xuancheng Zhang for the documentation. More on Typografika.

Erik Brandt, 2013. Found some time to finally post images of the tea cup and saucer I made for the 2013 AGI Congress in London Special Project. Many thanks to Xuancheng Zhang for the documentation. More on Typografika.

Somewhere in Powderhorn Park. #gnusnotguns #typografika #geotypografika

Somewhere in Powderhorn Park. #gnusnotguns #typografika #geotypografika

So grateful to Unit Editions for including me in this amazing book, Type Plus.

So grateful to Unit Editions for including me in this amazing book, Type Plus.

Erik Brandt with Elisabeth Workman, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS #gnusnotguns

Erik Brandt with Elisabeth Workman, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS #gnusnotguns

Paul Schmelzer on iteeth: “It’s a community of people who are — it sounds so corny — just dreaming,” says designer Erik Brandt of Ficciones Typografika, the international design poster show he’s been curating on his Minneapolis garage for the past 15 months. “People experimenting and doing something idiosyncratic, for no other reason than that they want to do it.” With no rules, no deadlines, and no pay, the project has become a vibrant playground for a range of design innovators from around the world, from legendary names (Ed Fella, Reza Abedini, Anthony Burrill) to new-generation innovators (Sang Mun, Felix Pfäffli, Janneke Meekes). Following up my interview with Brandt from last summer, here’s my new feature on it for Medium’s design site re:form.”

Paul Schmelzer on iteeth: “It’s a community of people who are — it sounds so corny — just dreaming,” says designer Erik Brandt of Ficciones Typografika, the international design poster show he’s been curating on his Minneapolis garage for the past 15 months. “People experimenting and doing something idiosyncratic, for no other reason than that they want to do it.” With no rules, no deadlines, and no pay, the project has become a vibrant playground for a range of design innovators from around the world, from legendary names (Ed Fella, Reza Abedini, Anthony Burrill) to new-generation innovators (Sang Mun, Felix Pfäffli, Janneke Meekes). Following up my interview with Brandt from last summer, here’s my new feature on it for Medium’s design site re:form.”

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Erik Brandt with Elisabeth Workman, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS sticker campaign begins.

Erik Brandt with Elisabeth Workman, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS sticker campaign begins.

Erik Brandt, Ficciones Typografika 222–224 (72”x36”). Installed on February 3, 2014. A thousand thanks to Paul Schmelzer for his exhaustive article in Medium (Re:Form) on the project. Featuring many contributors at a glorious scale, I hope you will enjoy reading this as well.

Erik Brandt, Ficciones Typografika 222–224 (72”x36”). Installed on February 3, 2014. A thousand thanks to Paul Schmelzer for his exhaustive article in Medium (Re:Form) on the project. Featuring many contributors at a glorious scale, I hope you will enjoy reading this as well.

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Erik Brandt, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS with Elisabeth Workman. Hai dozo, 4x6 stickers arimasu!

Erik Brandt, 2014. GNUS NOT GUNS with Elisabeth Workman. Hai dozo, 4x6 stickers arimasu!

Erik Brandt, 2014. Backside of the invitation card for the upcoming Thunderbitch Spectacular: A Book Release Party for Elisabeth Workman's ULTRAMEGAPRAIRIELAND (Bloof Books, 2014). Poetry procession on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 4PM in Powderhorn Park. All are welcome.

Erik Brandt, 2014. Backside of the invitation card for the upcoming Thunderbitch Spectacular: A Book Release Party for Elisabeth Workman's ULTRAMEGAPRAIRIELAND (Bloof Books, 2014). Poetry procession on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014 4PM in Powderhorn Park. All are welcome.