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36 Types of Snacks by Snack Studio

Published Sep 21, 2015

Yet another cool contribution for “36 Days of Type” — this one by Snack, a design and animation studio from Portugal.

“Usually the project consists of 36 days in which participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, but we wondered how we could make things more interesting and challenging for us so we decided to create our own exclusive set of rules.

Instead of simply creating a letter or number as we saw fit, we limited ourselves to a very familiar theme: snacks. Every number or letter that we created had to visually represent a snack. The name of the snack was determined by the letter it embodied; for example: “I is for Ice Cream”. This way we would have to come up with a different snack for every letter in the alphabet. But we still weren’t satisfied. We wanted more, so we added a different rule that would only apply to the numbers. Each number would have to be made out of a quantity of snacks equivalent to the number itself; for example: 4 is made out of four energy bars.”

More typography inspiration via Snack Studio

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