Your future in graphic design #infografia #infographic #design. How funny. I had just finished my infographics project and am currently thinking about my career path in graphic design. This board is very easy to read, as well as informational. I espeically like all the different typographies used!
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The Four Noble Truths is considered one of the most fundamental of the Buddha’s teaching. Honored here as a calligraphy in a high form of Uchen script. High Uchen is a specialized honorific script style originating in the 15th-16th century in central Tibet. This script form was mostly used for illuminated title pages of Tibetan manuscripts. The Four main topics of the Noble Truths are highlighted in an earth red mineral paint: 1. Suffering 2. Origin 3. Cessation 4. way/path
Here written in Sanskrit, are the Four Noble Truths. The Four Noble Truths are one of the main principles of Buddhism. They roughly translate to: (1) Life consists of suffering; (2) The origin of all suffering is human desire: (3) To end all suffering, one must cease all desire: (4) By following the Eight Fold Path of Buddhism, one can cease to desire, and end all suffering.
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