Posts Tagged ‘typography’
Wow, this guy is rock solid as far as design is concerned. Such well done work. His thoughts range from silly to inspiring and his style is fantastic. Marius Roosendaal is a designer from the Netherlands, place close to my heart. I hope more young designers follow in his example of consistent, personal quality work. […]
Today’s theme is Old Typographic Publications. One of the best from the old days (1970′s) is The International Typeface Corporation’s U&lc. Their publicatins were done to promote typefaces and artists. They has such a great style and the typefaces from that time period all had such personality. They were crafted on drawing boards and with […]
Letterpress printing is one of the oldest forms of printing. It is done by pressing raised surfaces with ink into the paper. The result is beautiful when done well. Ligature, Loop & Stem created this typographic poster to help explain the different parts of typography. They have included every letter of the alphabet in the […]
Some really nice work here at Formconspiracy. Jakob Nylund has some really nice ideas in the realm of typography and offers them up as free .ai downloads. Make sure to check them out and thank him for his generosity.
This is Agostina from YouWorkForThem on Vimeo. I think I like everything YWFT puts out. Yeah I may be a fanboy but there are worse design companies to love. This typeface is so clean and yet really has a personality with all the swashes and things added. My only problem with is is that i […]