Visually Onside – Published: Monday 6th March 2017
Matt Berry tackles the 92 football league clubs
9 and a Half – Published: Saturday 4th March 2017
Dinkit – Blending football with art and design
Typography, graphic design, artwork, are part of the game, yet they are often overlooked and taken for granted. We caught up with Matt Berry, founder of Dinkit, who shares his founding story and how he views the beautiful game differently.
The Guardian – Published: Saturday 13th December 2014
Football fans looking for original ideas in T-shirts need look no further than the wonderful selection at Formandglory.com. Designed by a selection of artists, all looking to present a new take on the game, Art of Sport’s clever minimalism and Wong Wong’s alternative representations of national sides are quite striking. It also does beautiful prints, with Planning Unit’s aerial representation of grounds and Dinkit’s typographically presented clubs standing out.
Shortlist Magazine – Published: Tuesday 9th December 2014
No matter how much footy-themed momentos might clutter their house, the typographic football posters of Form & Glory are worthy of a spot on any fan’s living room wall. Designed by Matt Berry of Dinkit, the series delves into the colours, kits and crests of European giants to create a full A to Z series. Yes, there’s even an X (thanks to Andalusia’s Xerez CD).
The Creative Boom – Published: Tuesday 2nd December 2014
The A to Z of Football, by Dinkit designer Matt Berry, is a typographic exploration of the graphic language of football clubs. The idea was to explore everything from historic club crests, kit designs, fan ephemera and colour and represent aspects of this language through each club’s initial letterform.