University Union. 09-18-15. Carlos Segura will speak to two groups of art and design students from Clarke University and Mount Mercy University on September 18th at noon. Read More »
SFK. 09-08-15. On September 8, 9, 10 and 11 at 3PM, Carlos Segura, Jason Fried and Nathan Kontny will chat about our experiences and share some general thoughts in a live show on YouTube for 4-days. Read More »
Segura at Chill Laus Barcelona. 07-15-15. The ADG-FAD organizes a monthly conference called Chill Laus about the design culture at Disseny Hub Barcelona. On July 15, 2015, Carlos Segura will present at 7.00 pm in Barcelona, Spain.
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TDC 1000. 09-17-13. Back in 2001, T26 was honored by the Tokyo Type Directors Club with a Bronze Prize for the T26 Newspaper series of promotional materials for the foundry. It now featured in the new The Tokyo Type Directors Club's TDC 1000 book which features projects that received a Tokyo TDC Annual Awards and celebrates the 25th anniversary of the organization. Read More »
Slanted to Cuba. 01-01-13. The special 320 page issue #21 of Slanted, titled "Cuban Poster Art – The New Generation", will be released in the Spring 2013, attracting attention to an international level and also showcasing typography, photography, graphic design and illustration. Segura in honored to be a part of the featured artists. Read More »
Segura Nuance. 08-01-12. The number one, volume one Fall issue of Nuance features an interview of Segura by Zach Kaplan, a graphic designer from Chicago. Read More »
Typography Sketchbooks. 11-22-11. The Jack Daniel's custom font project is featured in Typography Sketchbooks by Steven Heller and Lita Talarico which includes some very impressive talent, such as Matthew Carter, Art Chantry, Milton Glaser, Maira Kalman, Erik Spiekermann, Rick Valicenti and Yee-Haw Industries, to name just a few. Read More »
SRAM pART Project. 10-19-11. Carlos Segura will be one of three judges for the SRAM pART Project, on November 30th, where artists transform bike parts into art. The art is auctioned off and the proceeds help people in need through World Bicycle Relief. Read More »
Segura at UTArlighton. 09-01-11. Carlos Segura will give a lecture (which is open to the public) and workshop at the Visual Communications Dept at UTArlington in Dallas on the evening of September 28th, 2011. Read More »
Segura at Energy BBDO. 06-01-11. Carlos Segura has been invited to speak at Energy BBDO's Creative Salon on Thursday, June 23rd. Read More »
Covering Comic Books. 05-31-11. Dave Seliger showcases selected comic book covers on Core 77 and includes us as one of "six current cover artists who exemplify the aesthetics of good design and product identity". Read More »
Designing Change. 12-07-10. The 2010 November/December issue of How Magazine includes a "Designing Change" feature on The Streets of Sadness project, conceived by Segura to create awareness for those with no choice but to beg for money. Read More »
Graphic Design Solutions. 07-29-10. Five of Segura Inc's projects have been included in this Instructor's Edition of Graphic Design Solutions by Robin Landa, and published by Wadsworth. They include branding for Plungees and Lightflow, to event design of the Q101 Slime Ball concert series, to CDs for both Lesley Pencer titled Authentic Flavors, as well as Willie Nelson's "Teatro" release. Read More »
Typo Berlin 2010. 05-20-10. Carlos Segura will speak at TYPO 2010, May 20-22, 2010 along with some 50 designers and creatives that will show how easy success can be if you trust in your passion. Read More »
Segura at Flashpoint. 05-10-10. Carlos Segura will present on May 10, 2010 at Chicago's Tribeca Flashpoint Academy in Scott Smith's "The Elastic Mind" advertising and creativity event, and is one of 12 guest speakers in the series. Read More »
Logo for Jive Council, a Chicago based jazz fusion band produced by Thickface Records.
Poster for the first of an ongoing series of cd compilations of retro music from the 80's, by Q101 radio in Chicago.
A series of stickers introducing "Realize", the second release by Chicago based rock band performing original music written by Ted Atkatz. This effort is leter-pressed at Rohner Letterpress (also in Chicago). Includes the tracks Girls of Summerland. Office Days. Out Of My Head. Hold the Line. The Making of Our Film. The Ties That Bind Us. Kool Aid. Sinners. Its Just Me. The Words.
The first of an ongoing series of cd compilations of retro music from the 80's, by Q101 radio in Chicago.
Dangerous is NYCO's 4-song EP release, which also includes an extended single release remix of "Ted1024".
The "Itty Bitty" catalog is one of countless catalogs produced by the T26 Digital Type Foundry for inclusion in their limited edition Font Kits for the purpose of promoting the latest offering of fonts, dingbats, EPS sets and artwork.
The Streets Of Sadness effort attempts to shed light on those who've had it bad for a long time.
Font catalog #26 is one of countless catalogs produced by the T26 Digital Type Foundry for inclusion in their limited edition Font Kits for the purpose of promoting the latest offering of fonts, dingbats, EPS sets and artwork.
A series of labels (on aluminum bottles) for Uno Shampoo creating a series of category specific visuals for their line.
Geffen Records' Infinite Beat Volume 1 "drum and bass" compilations (cd packaging and LPs).
Noir is the top of the line black carbon cranks for Truvative (a division of SRAM). This is part of a series of designs expanded thruout the Noir line.
A full identity system (including logo) for Greg Heck, a photographer based in Chicago, produced on hand-made Japanese papers.
The T26 November Font Showcase features 15 font families, including Aaux Pro Complete by Neil Summerour, Progress and Perla by Gareth Hauge, Oceanus, Gnosis, Picaresque and Laureate by Gabor Kothay, Aquabus by Jim Marcus, Astro by Lee Fasciani, Broken Screen by Jacob Straub, Felina Serif by Eric Lin, Harbinger GB by Anuthin Wongsunkakon, Hubbard by Joe Baldwin, Melico by Amondo Szegi and Mammoth by Jamie Stolarski plus a very special item from Tree Hopper Toys. The ABC Tile Set, a unique way for kids to learn and for parents to teach the ABCs.
This is the perfect primer for any hip kid in the making. This fun and eclectic Hipster ABC Matching Tile Set by Tree Hopper Toys is a unique way for kids to learn and for parents to teach the ABCs.
The large pieces are easy to hold, the vibrant patterns are fun to look at, and the set contains each and every building block of the English language. Heirloom quality, printed by hand in America.
The Colosseo poster by Cameron Moll is a masterpeice of type direction. It measures 24x16 and is an image of the Roman Coliseum. Handcrafted character by character over the course of roughly 250 hours. Signed and numbered (out of 1,000). Letterpress printed on Crane Lettra Pearl by Bryce Knudson of Bjørn Press in Provo, Utah, United States.
For September, T26 is going serif, and the featured fonts for this month - which vary from clean and classic, to slab-sefir to rounded and even a few decorative families include Justus Pro, Kabarett Standard, Nicolas Cochin, Palladio, Lucida Fax, Schneidler and Sax by URW, Harbour by Gareth Hauge, Suomi Slab Serif and Tailor by Tomi Haaparanta, Kandal by Mark Simonsson and Vekta Serif by Neil Summerour.
From England comes the Device collection by Rian Hughes and it is the featured T26 showcase for the month of August with selected classic, clean, elegant, experimental, decorative and comprehensive font families like Korolev, Cadagan, English Grotesque, Clique, Duane, Dynasty, Ember, Ministry, Kane, Paralucent and Wormwood Gothic.
A big thanks and congrats to our friends at My Sister Fred for inviting us to be a part and contribute to their TEDx Opening for London Business School.
This March, T26 features a select group of very useful, clean, expansive and somewhat edgy modern san-serif typeface families starting with Alpha, DIN Schriften and Corporate S by URW, Baba by Eyal Baumert, Antartida by Latinotype, Boucle by Ramiz Guseynov, Baksheesh by Identical, Compasse by Ryoichi Tsunekawa and Calvin by Michael Parson.