Kartik Tuli is a New Delhi & Providence based graphic designer studying at RISD, currently freelancing at SSS*. His focus lies in strategic, research oriented explorations of digital and analogue media to form visual narratives, with a keen interest in editorial and type design. Feel free to contact* for any work related enquiries or collaborations.


Identity System

Interstate 95
Self

Public

Memory Generator
Defamiliarization Zone

Print

Trash︎Treasure
Stop Making David Byrne
PoMo
Risograph Prints

Bumper Stickers

Video

Hard Boiled Eggs

Type

KAP

Felk


Mark

PoMo

Publication




Editorial design for a collection of essays for and against post-modernism, written by Jeffery Keedy, Paul Stiff, Massimo Vignelli & Katherine McCoy. The 4 different essays were typeset to have a dialogue with each other along with visual characteristics to complement their inherent beliefs in post-modernism. While the Vignelli & Stiif articles create a frame of carefully spaced and aligned type, the Keedy article breaks this modernist principle with tilting paragraphs activating the page.


(6” x 9”, Saddle Stitch Binding, 60 Pages)


* Created as part of Typography Studio 3 under the guidance of Jacek Mrowczyk, RISD 2019








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