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Shapecatcher.com: Unicode Character Recognition Les Requins Marteaux / Ferraille Publication Onesidezero Illustration : Portfolio No.1 Typographie inspiration Voici un petit assortiment de typographies qui devrait vous plaire… Des affiches utiles pour les candidats ou pour les électeurs ? Ça y est, c’est la dernière ligne droite. Le matériel électoral est imprimé et va être progressivement diffusé à raison d’1 million d’euros par candidat (dont 1/3 rien que pour les affiches), soit 12 millions d’euros d’encre, de colle, de papier, d'essence et de mains d’œuvre au total. Parmi les différents supports de propagande (c’est le terme officiel utilisé dans les textes légaux) des candidats, plus d’un million d’affiches seront placardées aux alentours des quelques 85 000 bureaux de vote du territoire français. Ce billet fait suite à celui-ci que je trouvais un peu léger, et à celui-là, plus technique, à propos de la carte d’électeur. Je suis parti du constat que la plupart des affiches de cette campagne, telles qu’elles sont faites, sont inutiles. L’image : Sincérité, simplicité, une alliance, un bout de campagne en arrière plan, un costard.Les bourdes graphiques : « Ma France de toutes nos forces » n’est pas aligné en hauteur dans son cadre orange. Pour rire : D’accord.

fonts, typefaces and all things typographical — I love Typography (ILT) Typeverything Artazart Design Bookstore Portfolio | Luke Waller's Illustration 40 Remarkable Examples Of Typography Design #5 It’s been a really long time since we did our series of typography inspiration. Believe in or not, it was all the way back in January 2011. Today we are happy to bring it back, to feature some outstanding typography designs. We selected all of the following work based on quality, thus giving you the best of the best. All of the image are credited their original creators. Want more? Check out our previous, collections! © All Rights Reserved by Hannes Beer © All Rights Reserved by iGraph_pl © All Rights Reserved by Alex Beltechi © All Rights Reserved by Bricio Dias © All Rights Reserved by Germen © All Rights Reserved by Alexandre Rivaux © All Rights Reserved by Neman Jamiloo © All Rights Reserved by Andrebeato © All Rights Reserved by Kingslip © All Rights Reserved by Nikki Hampson © All Rights Reserved by Vasava © All Rights Reserved by Stefan Chinof © All Rights Reserved by YLLV. © All Rights Reserved by Pepper Design © All Rights Reserved by Radoslaw © All Rights Reserved by David Mascha

Ouinon.net One makes oneself a visionary by a long, immense, and reasoned One makes oneself a visionary by a long, immense, and reasoned disordering of the senses Paintings by Nicholas Kalmakoff Title: Arthur Rimbaud In 1955, a Russian émigré died alone, unknown and in poverty at the hôpital de Lagny to the north of Paris. After leading a hermit's existence in his small room at the hotel de la Rochefoucault in Paris, this former Russian aristocrat had created a fascinating body of work which, deemed eccentric and worthless, was locked away in storage and forgotten. Continue... Folkert

50 Inspiring Typographic Artists … and me | Moonsail design | Branding, graphic design, typography and web design I put the call out on Facebook and Twitter recently to see which typographers and calligraphers were inspiring people at the moment. The results were interesting, because very few of them were “typographers” in the true sense of the word, in that, they don’t “arrange typefaces for print”. What they do, is actually use typographic forms in an artistic, or “illustrative” way. In fact, I was interested to see there are very few recognisable typefaces amongst the works of these artists at all, most of them preferring to hand draw their own letterforms from scratch. I’m sure lots of talented people have been missed out, so feel free to add your inspirations in the comments section down below—I’m sure there will be a part 2 to this list pretty soon. Please be aware that the copyright of all these amazing works belong to the artists who made them. 1. Alex is a widely respected typographer, illustrator and designer from Spain with a very impressive list of clients. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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