We were assigned for project 4 to create a book from all the work we created in Typography 1. The book is a summary of the work. This was intense semester for me. The first step in creating the book was to gather blog entries from this blog and place it in the book.The next step was […]Read more "PROJECT 4: CONSTRUCTION OF BOOK"
While I was procrastinating on wether or not to upload the three images for the type crimes. I was pondering that if want become extremely good at design maybe I should ask the top people in the industry. I looked up on google the top graphic designers and got a list of them. Stefan Sagmeister stood out to me […]Read more "Resource:Sagmeisterwalsh.com"
Horizontal & Vertical Scaling(38)– The proportions of the letters have been digitally distorted to create wider or narrower letter. Pseudo Italics(48)– are wide, ungainly forms that mechanically skewed letters that look forced and unnatural. Scale Type(41)-Some typefaces that work well at large sizes look too fragile when reduced in size. Scale Contrast(42)-Minimal differences in type size […]Read more "Type Crimes"
“36 Days of Type began when Barcelona-based graphic designers Nina Sans and Rafa Goicoechea first decided to challenge themselves and a few colleagues to design one letter each day and post them on their Instagram feed, setting daily personal design challenges and experimenting new approaches. The main inspiration to create the project came when Victor Bregante, graphic […]Read more "Resource: 36 Days of Type"
Made by Muokkaa Studio in Madrid, Spain. It seems like they used a 3-d modeling program for this. In the About section of this project it says that the numbers were made for the second edition for the 36daysoftype project. The black and white 2,5,6,and the 9 caught my attention the most and are the […]Read more "Inspiration 7: Colorful Numbers"
Chapelle Corneille – Brand design by Graphéine. to see more click here..Read more "Inspiration 6: Brand Design"
Name of the project POSTERS SHADED by Kristina Nikaj.For more.Read more "Inspiration 5: Color Posters"