So how did you start working with us at Dinamo?
I met Johannes in Vienna. I shot him a message on Instagram when I saw he was in town. The next thing you know, I’m in Berlin, and he’s asking me if I want to do what I did with my old publishing project WTP—PP, but for Dinamo.
What’s it like creating objects for a type foundry?
You have this slogan on the website’s Hardware page, about “transforming type thinking into tangible objects.” I love that. As a fan, as an outsider, of Dinamo, I always thought about it as so much more than a type foundry — it’s a way of thinking. The challenge became: To apply that way of thinking to objects.
For me, a lot of this comes down to authenticity. It’s not just slapping your logo onto a T-shirt, it’s about creating something weird, original, and real. That comes through in the details, nuances, and thinking around an object.