Monday, 13 May 2013


Manchester Phoneme/Grapheme Correspondence, a design project by Felix Mooneeram, was awarded a Commendation by ISTD.
This very interesting study depicts a phoneme, or spoken sound, through a character, or symbol, known as a grapheme.
A set of letterpress printed cards contained within a neat wallet enclosure explores the vowel sounds, as spoken in the Manchester regional accent.
The A5 cards are on a Dutch Greyboard 1200micron and letterpress printed in black ink with a coppery overprint.
The wallet is a finer Dutch Greyboard at 750micron weight, letterpress printed in black and diecut, using a die which we hold in stock.
Excellent design and a fascinating study too. Would love to see a Glesga version!