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A Font to Fight a Flood

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 19-12-2011 22:13 | Category: Design, Fundraising, Homelessness



Font Fights Flood Project

A nice idea from Bangkok for typography and illustration lovers. The Thai Red Cross launched the Font Fights Flood (FFF) Project, a charity project to help relief Thai flood victims.
Each letter in the alphabet of Font Fights Flood represents real incidents that occurred during Thai Flood 2011.
Not very useful as a font, it’s a collection of illustrations. But still a nice idea to raise funds.

The project was done together with BBDO Bangkok.
Download and donate here: www.fontfightsflood.com or www.facebook.com/fontfightsflood.

Font Fights Flood Project


Font Fights Flood Project


Agency:
BBDO, Bangkok, Thailand
Additional credits:
Chief Creative Officer: Suthisak Sucharittanonta
Deputy Executive Creative Director: James Makanas
Creative Director: Wichian Thongsuksiri
Associate Creative Director: Taya Soonthonvipat
Copywriters: Taya Soonthonvipat, James Makanas
Art Directors: Suthisak Sucharittanonta, Wichian Thongsuksiri
Typographers: Taya Soonthonvipat, Tumz Horriziny
Account Handlee: Thitinut Hirunprueck
Project Management: Sukontha Jantawong
Strategic Planning: Jintakan Sricholwattana, Sakila Banyen
Web Developer: Eighteggs
Font Specialist: Numchoke Sinmongkolraksa
Illustrator: Tumz Horriziny
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