36 Hours is a book documenting the three types of typography I passed over the course of 36 hours of walking around the city of Savannah, Georgia. The three type forms I focused in on: graffiti, old hand-painted signs, and street-art stickers. I felt that these three distinct styles best represented the city’s history, personality, and present culture. While considering the many differences between each form of type, I realized they had one thing in common — they all blended into the background of the city. While I passed all these type expressions daily, it wasn’t until I was asked to look, that I really noticed them and their impact.