The Phraseology Project

Side project: The Phraseology Project

By Sam Jones Posted May. 20, 2013 Reading time: Less than a minute

The Phraseology Project was originally setup by Drew Melton as a way for him to hone his typography skills. The idea is that people submit words or phrases and Drew, or a guest contributor, creates a typographic treatment of the submissions.

The list of contributors include designers such as Ray Brown, Luke Ritchie, Simon Ålander and Joshua Bullock, all of whom have created some beautiful pieces of work.

Here’s a collection of some of our favourites:

Once Upon A Time
Nothing Worth Doing is Easy
Life is Like a Box of Type
Family Is Forever
Dead Men Tell No Tales
Awesome Sauce
Absolutely Fabulous


Which of these treatments is your favourite? Do you have a similar side project? Let us know in the comments.