Minimalist Christmas Cards Cleverly Use Type To Create Colorful Festive Images – Design You Trust

Minimalist Christmas Cards Cleverly Use Type To Create Colorful Festive Images

A couple of years ago, Milan-based graphic designer Luca Milani created a Christmas Edition of his graphic project ‘FONTLOVE’, where he uses type to create minimalist festive images. In addition to posters, Milani has also used these graphics on greeting cards—on the back of the cards, you would find the name of the typeface and all the characters that have been used. For instance, one of the pieces from the collection shows falling snowflakes against a dark blue sky, where the snowflakes are represented by asterisks.

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