The type of text you have can make or break any design. These are need to know rules for applying text. From formal to personal all details matter, and with these rules you can put the final touches on your design.
Today I wanted to share these two beautiful fonts I found. They are both simple, clean, modern and absolutely stunning! Razor Free Font by Jeff Schreiber. QUARZ 974 Light (free font) by Domenico Ruffo.
Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design, created a series of hyper-minimalist poster designs for a myriad of classic children’s stories we’ve grown to know and love. Check out the poster's below (buy the prints here) and be sure to visit the Square Inch D
For the ‘adult’ version of Vital Signs an alphabet that drew inspiration from infographic-esque pictograms and measurement devices, including a couple alternates for common letters (E, L, S). Creative Direction: Rick Thomas, Juice Creative inc.
Choosing Fonts The font that you choose is so inexplicably linked to your brand, that often people won’t see or understand it. Give people the right idea of what you’re trying to say, and choose the right font using the infographic.
The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.