From Iran and Israel to China and Hong Kong, typographic expression is as rich and imaginative as it is in the West. Each calligraphically descended writing system offers endless variation in the character of its strokes, while bilingual logotypes bring East and West together through type.
1. 14 Blades
Film, Hong Kong Designed by c+c workshop, 2010 For a kung-fu movie focused on the elite secret-service agents (masters of the ‘14 Blades’) of the Imperial Court in the Ming Dynasty, a Chinese logotype based on the royal seal of that period.