Storytelling Exploration through Language and Typography

Storytelling Exploration through Language and Typography


 

Six Word Story Every Day (SWSED) was created by the designer Anne Ulku, and the writer Van Horgen, in 2010, when they created a daily storytelling exploration through language and typography. It was inspired by the work Ernest Hemingway regarded as his greatest: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”

All 365 stories have been archived here: sixwordstoryeveryday.blogspot.com and on Flickr

The creative community keeps SWSED alive by giving to other designers the opportunity to create their own stories.View and enjoy some excellent works here.

Children don’t even celebrate birthdays anymore.
Writer/Designer: Damien W. Green

 

The days I had with you.
Writer: inspired by Kings of Convenience
Designer: Dave Foster

 

One for all. All for one.
Writer/Designer: Erik Brandt

 

One of you shall unfriend me.
Writer/Designer: Erik Brandt & Elisabeth Workman

 

Got too drunk, awoke with pig.
Writer: Jonathan Saxby
Designer: Alister Buss

 

The paper killed my pet rock.
Writer/Designer: David Schwen

 

Eating the last sandwich on earth.
Writer: Betsy Collins
Designer: Sergio Monterrubio

 

Kerning can make all the difference.
Writer/Designer: Stephen Floyd

 

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.
Writer: inspired by Brett Gurewitz
Designer: Simon Ålander

 

More impossible than staying? Leaving. Sigh.
Writer: Kate O’Reilly
Designer: Jeffrey Martin

 

So this wasn’t a theme party?
Writer: Mike Derus
Designer: Anne Ulku

 

Find safety in vogue. Just copy.
Writer/Designer: Terry Dee

 

Gods are restricted in this economy.
Writer: Paul Lovasco
Designer: Liz Noftle

For more info: Six Word Story Every Day

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