36 days of type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic designers to express their interpretation of the letters and numbers of the Latin alphabet.
Since I love illustrating, I decided to draw illustrated letters. I didn't have a theme before the start of the project, so you'll notice that my first letter 'A' is not the same as the rest of the letters. I got an idea to draw Indian characters of devnagri syllabul matching their Latin counterpart. Although I never got to finishing till then end, this was an extemely fun project for me!
Ekdum fit-fat (absolutely fit)
Jawan Mard (Young man)
(Literal translation: rooster. Depicted here: a form of punishment primarily used in educational institutions in India)
Nani (Maternal grandmother)
Qawwali (A form of Sufi music)
Sapera (Snake charmer)
Ulta (Upside down)