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De Stijl A-to-Z Typography Poster

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Original typographic alphabet thought and designed by James Thompson.

A unique Alphabetical poster based on Modern Art

Breathe the feel of avant garde and futuristic design in this Neoplasticism hit (De Stijl kind) with traits for Cubism lovers. Every rune-like letters resounds with a metallic echo.

The paper is high quality Materica Gesso (by Fedrigoni). The letters are EMBOSSED (marked by pressure), so the poster has a three-dimensionality that adds to the whole thing: it changes under light, morphs and captivates even more.

You can see how the poster was made on the images and video.

About the autor:
“I am a Global Arts & Design student from Dallas, TX, USA. I am currently attending Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. I have been doing graphic design work for 5 years. Other mediums of Art & Design I work in are painting, mixed media, sculpture, 35mm film and digital photography. Some of my artistic influences are Cy Twombly, Piet Modrian, Robert Rauschenberg, and Barnett Newman. I love to travel and learn about new cultures. Other interests of mine include cinema, sociology, coffee, and good music.”

Thompson was 18 years old when he designed this alphabet.

Comes packed in a cylinder box made specifically for the poster.

Height: 70 cm // 27.6 in
Width: 48 cm // 18.9 in

FSC® certified Materica Gesso Paper, 360 gr

Letterpress by Granja Grafica in cylinder press Korrex Berlin

Printed in Barcelona, October 2013
First edition of 200 copies

Materica Gesso are pulp-coloured papers and boards made with 40% CTMP fibres, 20% recycled fibres, 15% cotton fibres and 25% pure environment-friendly ECF fibres, FSC® certified.


Meaning "The Style" in Dutch, this artistic movement - which englobed artists such as Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondrian, J. J. P. Oud and Gerrit Rietveld, in between others - sought the integration of all arts into each of their creations, searching for a uniformity in all areas of expression from design to painting and architecture.