The typography on this invitation draws me, especially the difference between normal, bold, and italic lettering. The differences help me focus on different parts of the invitation at the same time. The illustrations and colors keep me engaged in the invitation.
Hebrew typography project created by Shani Barber. “8 Typographic models represent 4 family figures and their relationship. Each member of the family has his own designed letters, which symbolizes his verbal communication fault. All the letters are based on the same strict grid, that matches the family shared faults. A third dimension joins the equation, and refers to the dominance of each sentence or word, and therefor, relates to the different relationship connections.