Grafisk gorgeousness

11 May 2010

This is an old post, so may include broken links and/or out-of-date information

I'm not at all sure what is it with me and the alphabet at the moment but here it is yet again …

Hyperactivitypography is an abecedarium designed by Paul van Brunschot's students at the Westerdals School of Communication in Oslo.

It looks, feels and smells great, and is full of wittily written information to boot. It really is a ridiculously good, perhaps even flawless, example of balanced form and function.

You can look through and enjoy Hyperactivitypography in its entirety at or buy the real-life, beautifully tactile hardback book from Arctic Papers' shop.


(Hat-tip @H_FJ)

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