by Julya Buhain . May 17th, 2014
Two anonymous graduates spent their senior year enchanting the halls of Columbus College of Art and Design with some handcrafted chalkboard typography. The pair is known as DangerDust and they like to get down and dirty with chalk. Their mission is to create one chalkboard piece per week to inspire and motivate fellow students and faculty with their handcrafted pieces. We here at YouTheDesigner, wanted to share some of the lettering inspiration!
According to an interview with Buzzfeed about their creative process, all the boards were planned out just a day before the actual chalking time. It took anywhere between four to eleven hours per board. The group has been gaining a lot of attention – with now as much as 50,000 followers waiting for them to unleash their chalk masterpieces.
You can follow DangerDust on their Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, Behance and Facebook – so you can always stay up to date with this duo!
Here are some shots and processes of their work:
Want more inspiration to fuel your creativity? Check out this gorgeous set of inspiring illustrations of flying whales! Lovin’ DangerDusts’ work as much as we are? If you would like to see more posts like this – let us know in the comments! You can also hit us up on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ profiles. Lastly, our RSS Feeds are open for subscription.
Julya leads the double life of being a graphic designer and a writer. Some of her favourite things in the world are nicely kerned typefaces, bubble tea and nerd humor. She holds the world record for watching the film Inception more times than necessary.
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