Whether it is a dance club party, art festival, or a training workshop – an arresting poster, placed in some crowded locations, can easily fulfill its main duty and attract people’s attention. Moreover, if the poster was created with the art in mind, such announcement will attract the attention of not only its target audience, but also of those, who like street art, modern art, or simply like to enjoy some fresh graphic art without visiting a gallery.
With a logo quite close to the branding of last friday, the octogon are in the spotlight. Anti-Sports League is an identity designed by Mash Creative
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Multiple digital fonts spiced up with unique visual effects and interesting conceptual ideas have received a wide use in advertising industry, logo and banner design, website design and graphic art in general. Playing with fancy letter lines and forms, bright backgrounds and pointed words – graphic designers and advertising experts are capable of creating real masterpieces. What is interesting to note is that every such graphic project has its own specific and unrepeated character or temper. Actually, one of the motive forces for creating multiple fonts in typography is the need of adding specific emotional coloring to the text. Viewing the examples of modern typography ideas, selected in this Cruzine showcase, you can see the graphics, reflecting multiple emotions – from pretty aggressive and scary to enigmatic and to really hot, funny and pompous ones.
But, despite this, it is still winter charming – whether a quiet little frosty weather, when the sun shines, whether it be a blizzard outside, when you sit by the fireplace, sipping hot chocolate or a nice light snowfall, when the snowflakes flakes slowly fall to the ground
Very often designers face a truly challenging assignment – to instill their graphics with the true and vivid emotions, closely related to the concept or the key idea of the particular designing project, whether it is a website, logo design, or some fancy advertising or promotional poster. And designers use all the arsenal of techniques, visual effects and image manipulations to fulfill that assignment. Have a look at the selection of such designing works, featuring text as the core of the project. These are the best illustrations of virtually unlimited opportunities in graphical design. However, at least two core constituents are necessary for creating such real graphically-decorated text masterpieces. First is the unique idea and second is the exceptional graphic designing expertise.
Personal project about Buenos Aires, made during my stay at the city.
Below there are a text editor that is used by programmers and web designers. The main difference between this editor – it’s a good functionality and user-friendly interface. Notepad + + is able to open multiple documents simultaneously, highlight the huge number
Calligraphy painting on glass by Los Angeles, USA based artist and designer Eric Waetzig.
Typogami is an animated typeface inspired by origami and kirigami, Japanese artforms of folding paper.
Gate 18. Upstairs. 164 pages. Turn left. 24×32. Departure.
Slanted #18 – Signage / Orientation focuses on the ups and downs, the lefts and rights, the stops and go’s, the Kiss+Ride and many more. Featured are many extraordinary wayfinding and orientation systems with different levels of complexity and relevant Typefaces.
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We are pleased to present a number of readable essays and reports: The NYCTA and Unimark International (Paul Shaw, New York City, US), Typografie & Architektur (Tim Loffing, Dortmund), U8 (Anton Koovit, Berlin), Einer für alle, alle für einen – Orientierung & Identität am neuen Campus der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Erwin K. Bauer, Vienna, AT), iMapping – Visual Orientation in Personal Knowledge Space (Heiko Haller, Karlsruhe), Leserlichkeit von Schrift im öffentlichen Raum – eine Untersuchung (Florian Adler and Sven Neumann, Berlin), Letter and symbol misrecognition in highly legible typefaces for general, children, dyslexic, visually impaired and ageing readers (Thomas Bohm, Leicester, UK), Wo bin ich? – Über Schrift und öffentliche Verkehrssysteme (Indra Kupferschmid, Bonn, Saarbrücken), Die Kunst der Desorientierung (Maurice van Brast, Weimar), Das Leid (Frank Wiedemann, Berlin) sowie Faith / Void Split (Ian Lynam, Tokyo, JP).
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