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Museo font Downloads: 0 Rate this font: Lowercase characters Useful Typography Tips For Adobe Illustrator - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Typography is not only an all-important aspect of design, it is also an art form in and of itself. Choosing the right font, the perfect spacing and even the correct shape of text can be an important factor as to whether a project fails or succeeds. Although Illustrator is not really used for multiple-paged projects, many would agree that it is one of the most powerful applications for creating vector graphics, such as logos, and it is also often used for one-page documents, such as business cards, posters, or postcards.

14 Articles Showcasing Excellent Typography Typography has always been a fascination of mine. The simple changes that designers are able to make to spice up a font into something totally different is magical. In this post, Designussion showcases several articles that really show off what other designers have been able to achieve. If you enjoyed any of the pieces or articles posted, please leave the author or designer some feedback. Vintage and Retro Typography Showcase This showcase by the popular smashing magazine focuses on vintage and retro typography that has inspired the modern work seen today.

Mixing Fonts A palette with wit Use typefaces with complementary moods to evoke an upbeat, energetic air. It’s the interplay between fonts that gives them energy. The more distant the moods in a typographic palette, the friskier the design will be. Tutorials In this quick tip we’re going to create a pricing table that you can add to your website and is pretty easy to code. We’ll be using both Photoshop and… Share In this tutorial we’re going to create a nice animation that you can use in your videos as an intro or credits. The effect is inspired from the Battlefield 3… In this article we’re going to create a nice sports team badge using both Photoshop and Illustrator. 80 Beautiful Typefaces For Professional Design Advertisement You don’t like to scroll? Be prepared. (We warned you.)

7 Tips For More Professional Typography at Design Panoply Many people have had some kind of experience using Photoshop and a small number of those people grow to excel in graphic design. An even more minute group understands the principles of design and can tell you the reasons behind why something looks good or bad. One of the biggest areas that people struggle with when learning design is the proper use of typography.

ReTypes Weblog Richard Wolfstrome is an award-winning graphic designer based on Brighton (UK). He has used our Kade family to design a set of very effective posters for “The Dowsing Sound Collective” – a dynamic 120-voice choir and band. You can also take a look to his Behance, it’s full of gorgeous works. April 2, 2014 Bas van Vuurde is a talented graphic designer and typographer who runs a studio in the city on Haarlem. TypeRadio December 2013, Typeradio held a two day workshop in cooperation with Indra Kupferschmid and 10 students of the Hochschule der Bildenden Künste (HBK Saar) in Saarbrücken, Germany. Each student was assigned a typeface, designed by a Dutch designer, along with the assignment: ‘translate the typeface into a one minute sound piece’.
 The resulting 10 sound pieces were the starting point of another workshop, in collaboration with Jan Willem Stas and the students of the Type]Media 2014 typography master coarse in The Hague, The Netherlands. Each T]M student was handed an (anonymously labelled) sound piece and their challenge was to ‘create a typeface concept inspired by the sound’. The results were quite surprising! 1) Original typeface: Neutral by Kai Bernau 2) Sound piece by Maria Sieradzki 3) Chinese whispered typeface by James Taylor Edmondson At first James thought the audio piece sounded like a combination of water, air, and electricity.

Celtic art by Denis Brown Click in the picture for an enlarged detail Click here for details of ordering this print A traditional yet contemporary rendering of extracts from medieval riddle songs about the making of manuscripts from ox-hide. The presentation has a Celtic feel without becoming a pastiche. I used a "hybrid" script derived from combining characteristics of Celtic half-uncial with a sympathetic form of italic. The illustrations feature an ox and the book that it becomes. The book displays a "carpet page" (it's practically a flying carpet in itself!) 25 MORE Completely Free Fonts Perfect for @fontface A year or so ago we published our original Completely Free Fonts Perfect for @fontface. It has been a long time coming but here, at long last, is our next installment. Again, we have chosen 25 free (for both personal and commercial use) fonts that are so good we can’t believe they are the free. Here they are… Bemio Download Page → Bemio Copyright → Pay what you want (or zero) for personal and commercial use.

7 Free Typography Ebooks We would all agree that content is the most important aspect of any website. And in most cases content is made up of type. So, as a web designer, it makes sense to have a strong understanding of typography. With that in mind, we rounded up some free ebooks that should help you strengthen your typography skills.

10 Essential Books on Typography by Maria Popova What Arab culture has to do with industrial ideals, midcentury design and Victorian hand-lettering. Whether you’re a professional designer, recreational type-nerd, or casual lover of the fine letterform, typography is one of design’s most delightful frontiers, an odd medley of timeless traditions and timely evolution in the face of technological progress. Gencay Karakuş These are some of typography videos from youtube. They are very interesting if you are intersting in typography art… [youtube= [youtube= [youtube=

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