The Foundations of Judo


Sol Sans is a typeface based on Sol LeWitt’s handwritten Sentences on Conceptual Art, first
published in 0-9, New York, 1969, and Art-Language, England, May 1969. Any letters not
used in LeWitt’s original text have been replaced with Helvetica Medium. Sol Sans was
first produced for Progress Through Typography, London.








A1 poster, archival ink-jet on paper, 2010







Sol Sans: Sentence 21 (all-caps). Vinyl text on wall, 2010.







Sol Sans - Ian Whittlesea


Sol Sans: Sentence 21 (all-caps), detail. Vinyl text on wall, 2010.










Sol Sans: Sentence 5 (all-caps), Vinyl text on wall, 2010.










Sol Sans: Sentence 5 (all-caps), detail, Vinyl text on wall, 2010.










Page 1 (of 4) from Sol LeWitt's original handwritten Sentences on Conceptual Art, 1969.



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