This split image and type is design well because of the greyscale coloring. Target audience Design- overall the font selection was perfect because it is still readable. I like the white space on the right gives the illustration depth.

cutout, and shadow play. such creative options for design work. THIS IS BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOVE

LOVE the cutout and feel of concrete. cutout, and shadow play. such creative options for design work.

Design Flashback - The colours of the 70's @Gilda Locicero Therapy I love clean simple design

Design Flashback: The Colors of the 70s

I enjoy color palettes (I guess these are warm earth tones?), but I also like hot pinks and brighter colors. I'm not super into or early color palettes. I have a pink bathroom. I am not afraid of color.

This is a nice play on words by this designer. I understand that they wanted the word transparent hard to read, but at first I couldn't even see the word. I thought it was incomplete. I had to look for a while to see that there was actually a word there.

Bebas Neue

Bebas Neue is a sans serif font family based on the original Bebas Neue free font by Ryoichi Tsunekawa. It has grown in popularity and become something like the “Helvetica of the free fonts”.

Typography inspiration

Typography inspiration


PASCAL QUIGNARD by Acmé, via Behance - P. Quignard works on forgetfulness, memory’s layers language deconstruction. Hence the amazingly beautiful layered design.