Typography of place will focus on responses to the changing use of land in the surroundings of the student through a series of typographic ‘snapshots’. The snapshot will take the form of large-format printed maps, typographically communicating one of the four aspects:
Think about how information can be documented and represented as visually engaging compositions of words and letters. Try to communicate the language of a physical space: its size and shape; the activity that takes place there; its tone of voice etc. Letterforms and how we use them to give ‘voices’ to things through consideration of size, font, case, position on the page etc.