Jeroen Krielaars, a dutch motion designer, pushed the idea of a type foundry to a new level by offering pre-animated typefaces that could be easily set and customized with Adobe After Effects. He dubbed the collective of animated alphabets: Animography. Wanting to evolve the project further, Krielaars invited animators from around to globe to tackle each of the 110 glyphs that make up the Franchise Bold typeface. Since the project began in May, animated letters and numbers have been trickling in through twitter, tumblr and dribbble, effectively revealing and uniting a wide community of independent motion design artists.
NOVEMBER 28, 2016