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book cover by Charlotte Strick

Charlotte Strick

The fish that ate the whale : the life and times of America's banana king / Rich Cohen

pinterest.com/fra411 #typographic #poster - Dockers posters

Selling pants visually is tricky—all the more reason this campaign is awesome! Dockers posters Plus

Even though I am not a big fan of Times New Roman. I really like the used the typography placement in this piece. It is a very clean layout, but it is also visually interesting.      The font is Times New Roman. created by Victor Lardent at the English branch of Monotype. awesome use of letters as object and text block of information.

Times New Roman by Pedro Javier Arbelaez. This poster in particular is a favorite of mine. I assume this poster goes through the history of Times New Roman. What's great is that Times New Roman is the only typeface used here.

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ #letters #typography

"Hunting alphabet" by Pascale Bonenfant // Alphabet made ​​from the book in 7 volumes "Countries and Nations, the world in color," edited by Grolier Limited Quebec in the early The 26 letters were found, imagined and cut from its pages

Lettering & Logotype Vol.2

It's a lot cleaner than their other looks but i like the (minimal) thick and thins and embellishment

Les identités visuelles typographiques de Santiago Wardak !

Les identités visuelles typographiques de Santiago Wardak !

Tano Veron, la typographie élevée au rang d’art | http://blog.shanegraphique.com/typomiro-kandinsky-mondrian-par-tano-veron/

Tano Veron, la typographie élevée au rang d’art

This is a typography style inspired by Piet Mondrian's famous works. It is very interesting because it not only uses the colours in an appropriate style in reference to Mondrian, there is also a three dimensionality aspect added in. This allows for the ty

London-based designer and illustrator Tim Fishlock posterized Harry Beck's famous alphabet made of sections and lines from the London Underground map. (Quoted from brainpickings.org)

Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters by David Sacks

London-based designer and illustrator Tim Fishlock posterized Harry Beck's famous alphabet made of sections and lines from the London Underground map. From the book "Alphabets: A Miscellany of Letters" by David Sacks

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