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Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Oct 1st, 2013. Artwork published in .
    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 1
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    Stitching in my own way is a book about the embroidery work by the late Iris Todd. Read about this publication and see more images – and a video – of it on the ideologio website.

    For the typography, two typefaces by Leipzig-based designer Maurice Göldner have been paired. The display typeface is StandingType, which is “based on the strokes and lifts of traditional humanist minuscules written with a broad-edged pen” (OurType). The peculiar design has been developed as a stencil. In 2012, it was released as part of OurType’s Stencil Series. The text typeface is Stan, a reinterpretation of a German slab-serif from 1913.

    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 2
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    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 3
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    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 4
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    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 5
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    Stitching in my own way. The embroideries of Iris Todd 6
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