#TheGrid
200% ME
Year :
2017
Softwear :
Adobe Indesign, Glyphs,
Adobe inDesign
This project was to create your own typeface inspired by an everyday object. The object I chose was a metal ruler and I decided to do a stencil typeface.

I decided to do a stencil because a ruler is very straight and clean, but when spray painting a stencil, the ink always bleeds out and create an interesting effect. The font is very geometric and symmetrical when looked at on a paper, but when you use it for graffiti, it gets messy.

The design was created in Illustrator, then worked and transformed on Glyphs. I then created a display book for my typeface that was put together on InDesign. I tested my typeface by vinyl cutting it on cardboard and experimenting with it.
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About


Hi there! I'm Nina! I see you stumbled on what seams to be my online portfolio! Welcome to Wonderland!

All jokes aside, I am a recently graduated Design student who is looking for the next big challenge in my life. I am situated in Montreal, but if you really love my work and you're in Japan, please take me to you!

I specialize in Graphic Design but am not limited to just that: I also offer video editing and Web Designing. I am a person who takes my work very seriously ( but not too seriously, cuz that's no fun). Team player is my second name and Problem solving is my third name. If I have an idea in my head, I will not stop working on it until I get the result I want; you call that stubborn I call that perfectionism.

In my spare time, I watch Netflix, look at memes and play video games, I also do some pattern ink drawing and some woodblock printing.

I'm a fun person to talk to so if you'd like to hire me or just want to talk to me, don't be shy and hit me up!
Email: ninamourtada@gmail.com
T: +1 (514) 662-6462