submit your office-inspired typeface!

Submission by Christopher Rouleau. "This is a modular alphabet created with an office supply that I have in abundance: staples. My goal was to create tiny metal letterforms using the least amount of bends. The result is a full Latin alphabet, with a mix of miniscule and majuscule characters."

Submission by Christopher Rouleau. "This is a modular alphabet created with an office supply that I have in abundance: staples. My goal was to create tiny metal letterforms using the least amount of bends. The result is a full Latin alphabet, with a mix of miniscule and majuscule characters."

Office Letters

Office supplies can be gloriously inspiring! For our fall issue, we're looking for submissions of letterforms (or entire alphabets!) inspired by office supplies. Whether it's a study of the possibilities of a single item, such as the bulldog clip and paper clip explorations above, or the exploitation of many same or various supplies like the rubber band examples above, we want you to raid the supply cupboard and show us your ABCs.

Create a letter or an entire alphabet. Submissions should be at least 6 inches wide at 300dpi, on white backgrounds. 

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Please submit here until August 16.