The inspiration behind this design were old comic books from the ’50s and ’60s. Since the United typeface is military in nature, the magazine and poster were made to look like something you might find in a bunker, or maybe a war museum from the future. The House Industries font United took over three years to perfect and was designed primarily by T. Leming. The face was originally based off of U.S. Military lettering and now has over 100 styles. The subject matter of the magazine editorial was a term paper I wrote about the origins of the typeface. This created a cool contrast of digital design imagery with the retro military theme. Iron & Wine poster used for a Savannah, GA performance Designed over sixty pages, this hand–bound book was laid out in a magical tome style. The requirement of this school project was to outline and demonstrate 29 rules of good typography based on a topic related to advertising. Main text was presented and manipulated in Book Antiqua with alchemy symbols denoting typographical rules. Respective typography rules were hand written using the writing of five real people who volunteered via Internet crowd sourcing through social networks.