36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to express their particular interpretation of the letters and numbers of the Latin alphabet.

A yearly open call exploring the creative boundaries of letterforms, where participants are challenged to design a letter or number each day for 36 consecutive days. A project that aims to be a space for creation around typography and its endless graphic possibilities.

I elected to utilize a 3D format for the creation of my letters and employed a procedural modeling approach, assigning a unique random seed to generate each letter in distinct forms and patterns. Subsequently, I exported these individual letters to Cinema4D and Redshift for the implementation of lighting, texturing, and rendering.