Jeremy Pruitt (thinkmule) on Pinterest You should follow Designspiration on Twitter and Facebook for site news. — Shelby Designspiration Search Color mediumsmalllarge Discover C.C Earlier this year I was commissioned to create the film campaign for exciting Australian Horror/Thriller Lemon Tree Passage. In true horror fashion, one early morning I received a call that said I had 7 days to create the artwork. 7 days to cast, clothe & make up a group of disheveled teenage victims & shoot the several elements needed for the end composite, locate & shoot a beautiful vintage car with an inspiring dashboard, composite & retouch the whole artwork in both Quad, Onesheet & TwoSheet format, create the title designs, as well as 2 days of solid file transferring ready for Berlinale festival. A challenge? Definitely. The concept was fantastic - very filmic with a classic, almost old school horror style envisioned by the director & producer themselves. With a lengthy background in advertising, they had a really clear vision of how they saw the end design.
Type Connection a tight-knit group:ITC Stone Sans, ITC Stone Serif & ITC Stone Informal strategy:Rely on Family Sumner Stone set out to create a group of typefaces that would work together effortlessly. His solution, the superfamily of ITC Stone Sans, ITC Stone Serif, and ITC Stone Informal, is a digital printing trifecta. The typefaces share similar heights, weights, and proportions. Millie Released: September 6, 2013 Millie was weighted by the conventions of broad nib calligraphy, inspired by the Milwaukee Tools logo, and finds herself best used in logos and titles. She was designed to be used on about a 20 degree angle, though she looks just fine on a level plane. Millie is a stressed, geometric script who spends her days as industrial lettering and her nights paired with blackletter on the patches of motorcycle gangs. By using opentype, many ligatures, and two sets of stylistic alternates, Millie was developed to look great with any string of letters. Access the first stylistic set for a disconnected script look, and the second set for even more connections and fluid script than standard.
Showcase of Web Designs with Beautiful Typography Typography, being the art of type in a design, is undoubtedly one of the most essential elements of good web design. It’s the visual art that helps us to create a beautiful and neat design that just works. However, the fact that it can be on the headline is that being one of the most important elements, it is still overlooked by many. Good typography makes a design more appealing, leading a reader across the whole web page according to the importance of different text, but it is not just about the style, size and family of the font. It’s about realizing the high level of visual hierarchy that can be reached with the use of typography.
DesignFestival Design is about visual communication and effective delivery of a carefully-crafted message. The message is delivered through a combination of imagery, color, words, and typography. Understanding typography will help you make your message strong, compelling, and persuasive. It’s important to choose the right typeface for the right occasion, and to make sure that it reinforces your design and your message. In order to choose the right typeface, you have to understand the fundamentals of type, the differences between typefaces, and why you should and shouldn’t use different typefaces in certain situations. the world we live in the world we live in Loading… by Arkadiusz Jankowski (via The Planet on Photography Served)
OSP-foundry Belgica-Belgika: Stroke fonts with no contrast and capital letters only based on diverse pseudo-generic elements for multi-usages. Le Patin Helvète: “Patin Helvete is a attempt to turn the slick propergol purity of the modernist lines back to the coal dirt of the iron horse by going backward in time and space through little pieces of rail.” Mill: 42 High Quality Free Fonts For Graphic Designers Resources July 26, 2011 Typefaces are like clothes. They either make us look good or bad. They also indicate what kind of character we want to portray. Using the proper font can also be compared to a person who knows how to dress up to the occasion. However, to be able to impress people it is also necessary that the clothes we wear or, in this case, the typeface we use are of high quality. A Collection of Beautiful Typography Advertisement Typography is the art or technique of arranging type. It’s a broad medium, covering areas such as typeface selection, line length, line spacing, kerning, tracking, and of course wider design features such as color, lighting etc… Today we bring you a showcase of extremely inspiring typography designs, showing just how far the medium can be pushed. These pieces are all works of art in their own right, and we encourage you to go and check out each artist’s portfolio. You may like This too : Typography Text of Modern Art, typography fonts design, typography wallpapers and fantasic Typography
Tomoka August 4, 2012 | No Comments Designed by Arcadebox | Country: United States “Tomoka is the legendary schooner Captain Bill McCoy used for rum-running, also known as bootlegging, during the time of prohibition. Tomoka was one of the most famous rum-runners and as McCoy became famous for never watering his booze and only selling top brands, Tomoka is often associated with the term “The Real McCoy”. The bottle label tells the story of Captain McCoy and the inspiration behind Tomoka.”