Brief:  Design a typographic work exploring the theme lost.   Outcome:  The British Mail Rail was an underground postal railway service that was abandoned in 2003. A Cloth bound book features the words of Mike Sullivan - an ex Mail Rail employee, talking about the lost service.   The small 80cm wide carriages would shuttle post throughout the day. The chapter on tunnels was mimicked with an 80cm long  pull-out insert.   To evoke the cramped feeling of riding on the carriages, I chose a large type size throughout the book to ‘overcrowd’ each page.Brief:

Brief:

Design a typographic work exploring the theme lost.


Outcome:

The British Mail Rail was an underground postal railway service that was abandoned in 2003. A Cloth bound book features the words of Mike Sullivan - an ex Mail Rail employee, talking about the lost service.


The small 80cm wide carriages would shuttle post throughout the day. The chapter on tunnels was mimicked with an 80cm long
pull-out insert.


To evoke the cramped feeling of riding on the carriages, I chose a large type size throughout the book to ‘overcrowd’ each page.Brief:

tunelout.jpg
openpageistd.jpg
pullout.jpg
sideistd.jpg
 Brief:  Design a typographic work exploring the theme lost.   Outcome:  The British Mail Rail was an underground postal railway service that was abandoned in 2003. A Cloth bound book features the words of Mike Sullivan - an ex Mail Rail employee, talking about the lost service.   The small 80cm wide carriages would shuttle post throughout the day. The chapter on tunnels was mimicked with an 80cm long  pull-out insert.   To evoke the cramped feeling of riding on the carriages, I chose a large type size throughout the book to ‘overcrowd’ each page.Brief:
tunelout.jpg
openpageistd.jpg
pullout.jpg
sideistd.jpg

Brief:

Design a typographic work exploring the theme lost.


Outcome:

The British Mail Rail was an underground postal railway service that was abandoned in 2003. A Cloth bound book features the words of Mike Sullivan - an ex Mail Rail employee, talking about the lost service.


The small 80cm wide carriages would shuttle post throughout the day. The chapter on tunnels was mimicked with an 80cm long
pull-out insert.


To evoke the cramped feeling of riding on the carriages, I chose a large type size throughout the book to ‘overcrowd’ each page.Brief:

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