1. Enspire blog interjú, ó igen!

  3. <woohoo>  responsive update! </woohoo>

  4. adamkatyi.com in progress

  5. hungarumlaut:

    Hungarumlaut Posters at Formes d’ Hongria Exhibition in the Disseny Hub Barcelona. And I gave a presentation on the ‘New Trends: Contemporary design in Hungary’ event. 

    Thank you, FISE and Consulado de Hungria, Barcelona for inviting me!

    Exhibition identity: Andrea Buzás. Typeface: Westeinde.

  6. hungarumlaut:


    You can find me on the FORMES DE HUNGRIA – FORMAS DE HUNGRÍA – SHAPES OF HUNGARY exhibition 
    and I will give a presentation before the opening ceremony.

    More info: www.hungarumlaut.com/siesta

  7. The icon set, what I designed for the new Jack and Jones website is online! O yeah!



  9. iamyank:

    ha lenne egy olyan kérdés ever, hogy mi az a két dolog amit kezdő producereknek, zenészeknek tanácsolnék akkor ez lenne:

    1. tanuld meg úgy kezelni a hangszered / szoftvered mintha tanítanod kellene.
    2. a lehető legszélesebb körben bátran publikálj határidőket megjelenő, megtörténő dolgokra. össze fog jönni. vagy ha nem, akkor is megteszel mindent amit csak lehet, hogy összejjöjjön. ellenkező esetben évtizedekig képes várni az ember a megfelelő pillanatra.

    Grafikusoknak, betűtervezőknek ugyanezt tudnám ajánlani. (Hát még magamnak)


  10. (Source: hungarumlaut)

  11. rudygodinez:

    Prof. Dr, Max Bruckner, Four Plates from the Book “Vielecke und Vielflache”, (1900)

     Regular convex polyhedra, frequently referenced as “Platonic” solids, are featured prominently in the philosophy of Plato, who spoke about them, rather intuitively, in association to the four classical elements (earth, wind, fire, water… plus ether). However, it was Euclid who actually provided a mathematical description of each solid and found the ratio of the diameter of the circumscribed sphere to the length of the edge and argued that there are no further convex polyhedra than those 5: tetrahedron, hexahedron (also known as the cube), octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron.

    (via spongetheblog)

  12. hungarumlaut:

    Bicycle (Fixie) Icon Font sneak peek from Hungarumlaut.

    I used an OpenType feature, to create the complete bike from different parts.
    You can select different wheels, frames and accessories, color them, and than make the bike from these elements only with one click.

    More information coming soon!

  13. Special Icon set for Pinetime Clothing.

    I created this icon-font for Christmas to my friends at Pinetime Clothing, contains a lot of different pinetrees, I’m planning to expand the set with all the known pinetree species.

  14. Gewaard is an interpretation of Halfvette Aldine, shown in the Lettergiterij Amsterdam specimen of c.1906. The original typeface was cut in a large size for display setting: for use in praybooks for example. Such a book would be used by grandmothers, so it had to be legible in poor lighting conditions. To achieve legibility the typeface is rather condensed, with a large x-height and dark overall colour.

    Gewaard on Typographie.tumblr! Jee! :)

    (Source: hungarumlaut.com, via typographie)

  15. hungarumlaut:

    Whiteline Ski and Snowboard magazine was set by Westeinde Caption!
    Art director: Peter Szalay.

    The magazine is available at the main ski- snowboard- and outdoor shops in Hungary.