• Cover from 1964 issue 12/ Cover Design Felix Berman
  • how to mix fonts for graphic artists
  • Design by Odysseas GP | #alphabet #typography Futuracha typeface I like how the lines in the letters stretch out.
  • A to Z -- typography art
  • Лучшие шрифты 2017 года
  • Peter Malutzki, Linocut alphabet, 1981
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  • White
  • Branding / Forrobodó - Loja de Arte online on Behance
  • A Map of the World - The World Seen by Illustrators and Storytellers is a compelling collection of work  that showcases specific regions, characterizes local scenes, generates moods, and tells stories beyond sheer navigation.
  • gestalten.com / a map of the world
  • Jam
  • Saul Bass + children's books = lurv
  • Mars Explorers Wanted
  • The Best Serif Fonts for Blog Designs
  • GREY - JOB 1 - FeIipe Petroni A/D
  • Moon
  • hungarian alphabet book by anna kövecses
  • L'Alsace by les graphiquants
  • From Bert Kitchen’s Animal Alphabet
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  • In the Centre of the Worlds of Mine on Behance
  • Inspiration for team project. We have to create our own branding for international conference ISMAR at Munich 2014. Logos, logotypes, identities, posters, websites, … .
  • Quirky Neon Yellow Edge Painted Letterpress Business Card Design
  • this poster really uses typographic density to create the illusion that the giant r has fallen with great weight into the rest of the type. there s density towards the bottom, ad mostly contrast in size at the top vs the middle letters.
  • Pointless Corp: meeting all of your bear on tiny bicycle needs. Or that's one way to see it. Another is the evolution of simple penciled sketches straightening into geometric shapes before growing larger and in motion. It is the classical process of creating a visual solution to one's needs. And what better way to display something that is a pointless concept then having a bear ride a tiny bike while wearing a hat?
  • the type is so simple just like the design, I thought it was very clever to have the
  • A cool way to illustrate an object into a word. I like how the moon and it's reflection creatively represent the
  • @Sarah Jepson- you should make your logo a little like this. That would look awesomely classic cool!
  • This designer did a good job creating perspective by through value and scale. The placement of the word within the perspective is what allowed the word to be self-referential.
  • 33 Logo Simple, and Minimalistic Logo Designs
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