About 36 Days of Type
36 Days of Type started as a personal project that went global after Nina Sans and Rafa Goicoechea, both graphic designers from Barcelona, first decided to challenge themselves to create something new everyday, as a way to experiment with new stuff outside their comfort zone by setting personal daily design challenges.
This was the main inspiration to create the global launch of the project, that came after their good friend Victor Bregante suggested the idea of involving more people in the challenge, and this is how the idea of making the same exercise globally and simultaneously came out: As a 36 day celebration of type and creativity, involving designers, illustrators, type lovers and creatives from all around the globe.
If you want to know more in depth about the project, their creators, or for any suggestions, side projects or sponsorship proposals you want to share, feel free to drop us a line.
In each edition, 36 studios, designers or graphic artists are invited to create the opening letter or number of the day, their artworks are one of the core areas of the project as we like to involve professionals and new emerging talent into our creative community.
This project would have never been possible without the love and support of many people who believed in the idea and contributed with us in many ways, from the 36 guests contributors of each edition to every person supporting and spreading the project.
The list below includes some friends, studios and media whose collaboration and support has been crucial now and then. We are also deeply indebted and tremendously thankful to all creative minds who participate every year submitting their artworks, you are all the soul and the project itself.
Thank you all, we love you!