60 Amazing Examples of Typography Posters - Webitect Typographical designs can mean a huge deal to both designers and art appreciators. It’s a great way for designers to express their thoughts, ideas, feelings, and believes. It also helps the appreciators find the inspiration to move forward. Below is a collection of absolutely magnificent typography posters ranging from graphical portraits made entirely from text, big and bold statements that send out positive messages out there, and abstract designs that give you the right amount of inspiration needed to get your work done! 6.
26 Efficient Online Typography Tools The size and style of font are just a few of the most overlooked aspects in web design. Without text, captions, headings or any kind of written information, a design would be incomplete. Therefore, to establish a high level of visual hierarchy, incorporating what we call typography is important. Negative space in logo design It’s hard to beat a clever use of negative space. Here are 35 or so logos that use white space well, along with the designers/agencies responsible. A.G. Low Construction logo By Rebecca Low Jillian Tamaki illustrates Goblin Market, a selection of poems by Christina Rossetti Over the weekend I was browsing through Jillian Tamaki’s work and came across these illustrations she did for Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market and Selected Poems. I’m not personally familiar with the story, but it sounds like something I’d love. Here’s an overview from Folio Society: First published in 1862, ‘Goblin Market’ is an extended poem about two young sisters who hear goblin merchants hawking their wares.
Minimalist effect in the maximalist market Our last project is about simplicity and we try to find alternate simple versions for some package samples of the international brands. We think almost every product needs some review for minimal feeling. What is your choice in these 3 different variations? 1. 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.
A Note on the Late Work of Jules Olitski by Robert Boyd When I think of the work of Jules Olitski (whose work is currently on view at the MFAH in an exhibition called Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski up through May 6), I think of works like Monkey Woman (1962)--blobs of color soaked into unprimed canvas. This is the Olitski of art history as we generally think of it.