Full Stops

1296 sans-serif full stops form a larger sans-serif full stop
& 1271 serif full stops form a larger serif full stop.

Karen Willey_sans A0 poster

Karen Willey_serif A0 poster

(Two self-initiated posters, A0, 2006.)

Fullstops is also used on the letterhead of the printshop Robstolk in Amsterdam, 2008:


Contribution with Full Stops to the online ‘Pattern Foundry (https://www NULL.patternfoundry NULL.com/)‘ by Richard Rhys. Pattern Foundry is essentially a conceptual factory where past ideas and existing archival materials are made to collide with the new to produce designs. These pattern based designs are in turn translated to produce objects (ceramics, textiles, carpets, etc.) that are marketed. My work is represented in good company in this project; amongst other collaborators are Wim Crouwel, Karel Martens, … So check out the website — where you can even perhaps order the Full Stops on some kitchen tiles:

Karen Willey_sans+serif

Contribution to Vis à Vue by Onomatopee (ISBN-10:90-78454-03-2):

Full Stops_Karen Willey

Full Stop was also contributed to ‘Seventeen’ (2006), the 17th issue of a zine in by David Bennewith (http://colophon NULL.info/), a schoolmate at the time at Werkplaats Typografie. His idea was to have a small edition to promote the idea of passing on the zine after you were done with it. I wonder who kept it in the end…