Creatives have until this Wednesday to submit their 3D typography projects for the chance to be included in a new book, ABC Dimensional, by London-based studio Fl@33's designers Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek.
The book follows Fl@33's successful Made & Sold book, which celebrates designers' self-initiated projects, and Postcard, which celebrated designer-created postcards. ABC Dimensional will explore three-dimensional letterforms, and Fl@33 is seeking submissions from as broad a range of creatives as possible.
Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek also run online design boutique Stereohype.
Launching the call for entries, Fl@33 said: "An amazing amount of innovative, playful and inspirational projects are continuously being produced by emerging and established talents from around the world and the latest book by FL@33 – provisionally entitled ABC Dimensional – will document the best of the best."
Creatives have until January 6 2010 to submit their work -- whether this is found objects, sculptural pieces that have then been photographed, lighting effects, handmade letters, or any other form of three-dimensional lettering.
The studio anticipates that the book will be published in spring 2011.
Individuals or studios can enter commercial or experimental projects, or even projects that were conceptualised but never fully made. For full entry guidelines, visit the Stereohype website.