Designing News

5 January 2014

Designing News

Domaine Text & Display in use for Designing News by Francesco Franchi in Milan. Continue reading

Awards & Accolades

14 October 2013

Awards & Accolades

A chronological list of all the awards & accolades Kris Sowersby has won. Continue reading

Alquimie

30 September 2013

Alquimie

Domaine in use for Alquimie magazine by Nicholas Cary in Victoria, Australia. Continue reading

Elle UK

9 August 2013

Elle UK

Domaine and Galaxie Copernicus in use for Elle UK by Suzanne Sykes & Mark Leeds in the UK. Continue reading

Domaine Design Information

The Domaine typeface family descends directly from the Hardys logotype and typeface, which I designed under direction from Adelaide-based design consultancy Parallax. Continue reading

Domaine Opentype Features

Tabular Lining Numerals

Fractions

Capital Punctuation

Old-Style Numerals

The OpenType Features available in the Domaine typeface family. Continue reading

Hardys

8 May 2013

Hardys

Hardys in use by Parallax Design in Adelaide, Australia. Continue reading

IL Magazine Covers, Nº 34–48

Founders Grotesk, Tiempos and Domaine in use for various covers of IL Magazine. Continue reading

Sentimental Journey

28 February 2012

Sentimental Journey

Kate Camp is a poet. Sarah Maxey is a graphic artist. Kris Sowersby is a typeface designer. Kate chose 20 phrases of two words, & splitting them, she sent half to Sarah & half to Kris. Sarah & Kris worked independently on their respective words, only revealing them to each other at the end of the project. No changes or adjustments have been made to them since. This is the result, entitled ‘Sentimental Journey’. Continue reading

Klim Type Specimen No. 04

21 February 2012

Klim Type Specimen No. 04

Klim Type Specimen No.4 designed by The International Office in Wellington, New Zealand. Continue reading

A Mobile Library

20 November 2011

A Mobile Library

A series of typographic posters by for A Mobile Library exhibition. 26 November 2011 - 12 February 2012 in the Hirschfeld Gallery, Wellington City Gallery, New Zealand. Continue reading