Typography

Branding, Typography

Framework Design Element

Framework Design Element

Here is a mix of motion and typography by Anzi, a graphic designer from Studio AOAO, South Korea  

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Branding, Typography

Collator

Collator

To showcase the development of Collator, Vince Lo created a leaflet to show his creative process, the context and application of the typeface. Along with the specimen, two glyph books were created to showcase the individual character. Collator is now available for download on Practice Foundry

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Branding, Identity, Typography

Gryps

Gryps

This work first got my attention because of the typography, a very nice, intimate handmade font, then I saw the paper planes and I made the connection between the intimate font and the meaning behind « sending a private paper-plane ». But when I discovered the nature of the client and the […]

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Branding, Print, Typography

Carattere

Carattere

Carattere is the personal branding of the Italian graphic designer Giuseppe De Luca. He designed a typeface with twelve variations to adapt his branding according to the client. It’s also a way to promote his multidisciplinary approach. To go deeper into his creative process, have a look on his behance page.

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Branding, Typography

Two Times Elliott

Two Times Elliott

Two Times Elliott is a british design studio who asked to twenty-two different studios to participate to a exhibition for the celebration of their fifth anniversary. They put together some of my favorite studios, they couldn’t have made a better choice ! Colophon,  Hyperkit, Spin, Banziger Hug, Dn&Co. Give up Art, Bunch, Dan Mather, Lundgren Lindqvist, Studio Makgill, Sea, Man Vs Machine, Six, Hort, Craig […]

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Branding, Typography

From paper to screen

From paper to screen

Here is the last project of Thibault de Fournas for his graduation, A wonderful animated video about typography on paper et on screen, with a perfect synchronisation between the content, the form and the music. Animation which shows typography evolution from paper to screen. The animation is divided in two parts. The […]

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Branding, Typography

Lego Letterpress

Lego Letterpress

Thanks to @benoitbochu & PSFK for this discovery. A nice DIY solution, for print for a cheap price and have an amazing effect. An excellent idea by Levi, a freelance designer. During experimenting with different forms of printing, initially letterpress and wood block, I began to experiment by introducing new elements into my […]

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Branding, Typography

Atrium

Atrium

Atrium is a prominent architectural bureau based in Moscow that is renowned for its outstanding architectural solutions, among other accomplishments. A branding realized by Flëve Design Consultancy Challenge As Atrium approaches its 20th anniversary, the bureau has rightly decided it needs a new look and feel that is well-suited for […]

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Branding, Typography

Frag.men.ta.tion

Frag.men.ta.tion

Frag.men.ta.tion is a project but Vitor Claro a member of Maan. This work his for Blankhiss, a collective dedicated to developing online art exhibitions. The act or process of fragmenting // state of being fragmented // a technique to study structure of molecules // the disintegration // collapse // or breakdown […]

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Branding, Identity, Typography

Festival De Cinema De Gramado

Festival De Cinema De Gramado

Let’s me introduce you this nice project by Pedro Veneziano for his design graduation at Universidade Estadual Paulista. The idea was to (re)create the visual identity of a cultural event of our choice, attending to some production issues. He choose the Festival de Cinema de Gramado, and try to avoid […]

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Branding, Identity, Typography

Zdunkiewicz Studio

Zdunkiewicz Studio

I just discovered the works of Krzysztof Zdunkiewicz, a graphic designer based in Warsaw. I invite you to have a look on this other projects. He have a very personal style with a typographic choice often close, black & white color boost by some touch of flashy color.

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Branding, Typography

It Only Took A War

It Only Took A War

    Here is a typographic work by Maurice Redmond for the artist Colin Smith.   The first of a series of 3 artworks. The title font Macula is based on the ‘impossible’ Penrose triangle (or Penrose tribar). Each 12cm high letter was cut from 4 mm thick plywood and […]

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