"London" poster by Quentin Newark for London Design Festival 2009. THIS EXHIBITION DREW ON THE NOTION THAT THE POSTER IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND STILL ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL COMMUNICATION MEDIUMS.

I really like this simple typography, because although it has a lot of white space it conveys colors and an object very typical to London. When I think of London I think of red and I think of the two story buses. This is a great use of type and color!

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brilliant… Joseph Egan and Hunter Thomson “possible relationship between graphic design and architecture”, and while doing so they “discovered the process of anamorphosis as used by the fine artist Felice Varini this is awesome

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.

negative space

I find the 'a' with the bird in the white space very clever. The designer stayed true to proper proportion and delivered an elegant design.

Poster,  by Byron Cunningham  VA, USA

Creative Vintage and Retro Poster Design for your inspiration. Numerous telented designer create some extremely stunning and inspiring retro poster des

The Birds

Designed by Binary & The brain, this poster was designed in association with BirdLife International to raise awareness of the 52 UK birds on the endangered red list. Each of the 52 birds used to create the letterforms are numbered for identification.

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