Gorgeous typography by Danil Krivoruchko:
The poster designer for Tom Hardy’s new film found a fantastically cheeky way of incorporating the Guardian’s 2 star review. Given all the genuinely positive reviews they’ve actually draw on, they can only really be doing this to give middle finger to the Guardian reviewer:
Chris Morris took a similarly don’t-give-a-damn approach for his poster:
Seen is a typeface created by Central Saint Martins MA graduate Emil Kozole, automatically strikes through so called ‘spook words’.
“Spook words” are those tracked by the NSA (the US’s National Security Agency) and GCHQ (the UK Government Communications Headquarters). They range from the expected – explosives, ISIS, anthrax – to the less obviously related to national security, like football or badger. Weirdly, bomb isn’t on the list.
The typeface can be downloaded for use in Illustrator, Indesign, Word or in a browser, but the website also lets you try it out yourself: