Design dis-equality, digital loneliness and lost crafts: explore Shape of Words’ eclectic pages
Featuring the likes of Dinamo, Laura Csocsán, Morgane Vantorre, Rene Matić, Anna Ottum and Raissa Pardini (plus many more), Shape of Words is a printed capsule of contemporary creativity. Collectively bound, the contributions – including essays, fictional narratives, tweets and screenshots exploring themes of design dis-equality, abstract letterforms, digital loneliness and lost crafts (to name a few) – illustrate a diverse range of perspectives surrounding the fields of art and design. Embodying ideas that are informing designing and making today, Shape of Words is a curation of loosely related things that might otherwise never brush up alongside each other, and you can now keep it all together in your pocket.
Shape of Words is published, designed and developed by London-based creatives Emma Judd, Alice Sherwin and Harry Bennett, alongside the publication’s editors, Open Practice (Katie Evans and Gabriela Matuszyk). Every copy of Shape of Words comes with a bookmark, courtesy of cartoonist Clarice Tudor, and comes in two colours; electric blood and vibrant arsenic.
110mm x 150mm