When my love for the typography and calligraphy started I began to do some research, I wanted to learn more about it, I searched for creatives who focused on this topic and started to see lots of projects, to learn about the shapes of the letters, to get inspired. Until I started to see this project in a lot of profiles “36 days of type”. I had no idea about what was it, so I found out, it is a is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give their particular view on the signs from our alphabet. 36 days of restless creativity, in which participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, resulting in an overall view about the ability to represent the same sign from different perspectives. A project that aims to create a space for creation around typography and its endless graphic possibilities.
So I decided to participate, I created one letter a day, all of them handmade and with different styles, then I digitalized them and painted each one with a different watercolour texture and range of tones to make each one special. When the project was finished, I realised about that we don’t have the same inspiration all days, we can be creatives and do something different every day, but some days are better than others and this is reflected in the letters.