- No products in the cart.
#The100DayProject is a global, social-media based project originally conceived in 2006 by Michael Bierut, a prolific, talented designer, writer, and professor. For years, Beirut led a masters program at the Yale School of Art that he called “The 100 Day Project.” The premise for the class was simple: each student chose one action to repeat every day for 100 days. The medium was open, students could choose any task they could dream of. The only restriction? Participants must repeat the same action every day for 100 days, and they must document every instance of 100.
Between April 6th and July 14th, 2015, I embarked on this project along with a global community of creatives, sharing our work online with the hashtag #The100DayProject. For 100 days, I committed myself to practicing and learning all things typography. Enclosed is my collection of type-based illustrations and designs. While some are more flawed than others, #The100DayProject was ultimately about the process, not about fetishizing finished products. The great surrender was the process; showing up day after day was the goal.