victoria nurislamova translates modular structura typeface into ceramic objects victoria nurislamova translates modular structura typeface into ceramic objects
aug 25, 2016

victoria nurislamova translates modular structura typeface into ceramic objects

 

victoria nurislamova has developed a modular structura typeface using six single elements. the designer has pushed the 2D nature of the design by translating the form of individual letterforms into quirky ceramic pieces. the series features irregular shaped objects which can be used as a unique tableware collection.


‘structura’ typeface

 

 

 

vika nurislamova is a multidisciplinary creative designer based in moscow, her work includes visual identities, typefaces, packaging and motion design pieces. the structura typeface is an example of her ability to move between different fields, creating unconventional original designs. the ‘slip’ ceramic collection features the individual letterforms within the structure of each object, through to the packaging and overall identity of the series. 


the individual pieces have been assembled onto a board structura-modular-typeface-victoria-nurislamova-designboom-04
‘slip’ ceramic collection

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the ‘slip’ collection is based on the ‘structura’ type specimen

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the series creates a unique tableware collection

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‘slip’ collection


‘structura’ type specimen posters

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

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