By Lucas Sharp on October 06, 2013

Tagged: #fontsinuse

Sharp Sans #2 on the cover of the New York Times Magazine

We were very excited to see our unreleased typeface Sharp Sans #2 getting a beautiful preview in the New York Times Magazine last month. Big thanks to their awesome AD Gail Bichler.

By Lucas Sharp on October 06, 2013

Tagged: #Lettering, #Art, #Painting

New painting by Lucas

Lucas Sharp - Untitled, 2013.
Acrylic ink on plywood pannel 60" x 43.5" (152.4 cm x 110.49 cm).

By Lucas Sharp on March 29, 2013

Tagged: Lecture

Lecture @ the 14th st. Apple Store

We are very pleased to announce we will be giving a talk at the Apple store on 14th street this coming Wednesday, April 3rd @7pm

"Join the founders of the Brooklyn-based design studio for a discussion on organic doodling, brand identity design, and typography."

By Lucas Sharp on January 22, 2013

Tagged:

A Kern Too Far

Other possible titles for this blog post were: "Kerning the Hard Way", "3rd Degree Kerns All Over my Body", and "That Time I Almost Committed Seppuku" The spacing of Sharp Sans was a hard fought battle that bloodied both sides. It was a brutal couple months, but it got me to where I needed to be. Looking back, I truly understand what Matthew Carter meant when he said "I'd take a well spaced font over a well drawn font any day."

By Lucas Sharp on January 22, 2013

Tagged: Hera, Aveda, Hera Big

Aveda Using Hera Big Beautifully

The other day, friend of the studio Aaron Carambula tipped us off to the Prominent use of Hera Big in the Aveda store on 5th Ave, so we decide to go check it out for ourselves.

By Lucas Sharp on June 13, 2012

Tagged: doodling, lettering, pure

PURE: A Lifetime of Doodling Finds Application

I've been doodling since forever. By the time I was in middle school my doodling had evolved into a kind of weird calligraphic psychedelia, incorporating images and text into a texture of swirling form. Doing classwork, I always filled up the margins of my worksheets with this stuff. It was in this context of filling up whatever space was available like a colony of bacteria that my doodling began to resemble the work it has led to today

By Lucas Sharp on December 12, 2011

Tagged: I-love-my-studiomates

Type/Code is Awesome

My Studiomates are more than just a bunch of people I work with, they are my best friends. Thanks for the website guys. I love you all.

-L