Max Bill designed the Ulmer Stool in 1954 in collaboration with Hans Gugelot as a seat for the students at the newly established Ulm College of Design. Light and robust, it has many uses - as a seat, a side table or a shelving element, as a transport container, serving tray or table attachment.
The stool offered a chance for the students to experiment with different techniques and methods of making a furniture piece. The techniques allow for the students to learn to use multiple machines and tools in order to build the stool. The stool was designed to incorporate finger joints, biscuit joints, and a dowel connection. As a finish, I decided to use a satin lacquer as a base and then used brown wax in order to accent the grain of the wood. Then finally a coat of teak oil on top that would remove the excess wax while also sealing the wood and giving it a nice smooth and finished surface.
Sanelma is a brush script inspired by Hot Rod lettering and sign painting. Sanelma is a very versatile script: It includes two different styles of end swashes, swash caps, small caps, lots of alternate characters and underline option. All in all it has over 1,200 glyphs.
Sanelma is bouncy and smooth and has a very organic feel. You have lot of options to customize it and that makes it perfect for logos, packages and titles.