Category: Pandemic blog: In Việt Nam

  • An interview with typeface designer, Donny Truong: Issue #188

    An interview with typeface designer, Donny Truong: Issue #188

    This week’s issue of S P A C E is ‘Talking Type.’ It’s a Q&A interview that I got to do with Donny Truong, who wrote the book on Vietnamese Typography. You can get S P A C E | ‘Talking Type’ in our online shop. I invite you to…

  • Protected: ‘Bây giờ ở đó, bây giờ ở đây’

    Protected: ‘Bây giờ ở đó, bây giờ ở đây’

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  • Issue #156

    Issue #156

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  • Design | Brand identity design for Lá

    Design | Brand identity design for Lá

    DK’s Atelier S P A C E made zines with teammates in Vietnam in real life, over a period that stretched from fall 2020 to fall 2021. During this extended period, our work for the zines took on a curious, yet highly relevant, theme. Time. With titles like ‘A Cool…

  • Issue #152

    Issue #152

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  • Issue #146

    Issue #146

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  • ‘How much hair gel could be saved?’

    I read online newspapers in Vietnam when I was there for the pandemic, in English but sometimes to also study Vietnamese. Recently I found some interesting comments on this story. Spending an hour a day to make oneself presentable belongs in the 19th century. anonymousgplus85 – 15:12 22/9 Maybe this…

  • A Mid-Autumn Festival in a pandemic in Saigon

    A Mid-Autumn Festival in a pandemic in Saigon

    It is later in September and closer to the Mid-Autumn festival here in Vietnam and we are waiting. Still waiting, but less ardently, I would say. There has been some resignation in my alley, and we are out and about in the ‘green zone’ that lets us move, I think,…

  • Protected: S P A C E | Không đường, và ít đá

    Protected: S P A C E | Không đường, và ít đá

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  • 256

    The number of people who died today, in Ho Chi Minh City. Who were they? What stories did they leave? Who is grieving tonight in the city? It is a long distance from the end, here, for the covid fourth wave, looks like, emotionally. Discussion links to follow on email…