nice use of cutting out. might be a nice idea using the concept of cutting out the shapes, repetition of the word also makes it easier to read.

10 gorgeous typographic posters to inspire you

nice use of cutting out. might be a nice idea using the concept of cutting out the shapes, repetition of the word also makes it easier to read.

Condensed fonts by Ed Benguiat 1974, obliques by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt 1977

The condensed fonts were drawn by Ed Benguiat in and the obliques were designed by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt in An avant garde feel to typography. Slanted letters, elongated aspects, proportion and arrangement.

type poster - Google Search

I also like how the Y has been cut out the design to make the word "type" appear as if it has been broken apart.

Alan Kitching’s life in letterpress will brighten up your bookshelves | Typeroom.eu

This is a type based design by Alan Kitching. This site shows many designs of Kitchings' and his letterpress designs. He has worked for many companies including The Guardian and The National Theater.

font poster - don't put me on hold

I like the slight hidden message in this. Even with this however it is still easy to read and understand. The lettering is formal and smart, as though its a news column piece of text but the clean breaks and slight movement keep it fun and interesting.

New Your Winter Jazz Festival – Posters & Promotion

New Your Winter Jazz Festival – Posters & Promotion

the inventive type treatment is the most emphasized feature of this poster. New Your Winter Jazz Festival – Posters & Promotion

Each letter fits into the other letter making it and interesting layout. Notice…

Each letter fits into the other letter making it an interesting layout. Notice the different typefaces. This was a common technique in Wood type posters

a series of three posters for an exhibition by 100 designers, the brief: use only two colours (other than black & white) and say something about your work or the 'process' of how you design...

a series of three posters for an exhibition by 100 designers, the brief: use only two colours (other than black & white) and say something about your work or the 'process' of how you design.

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