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I Love Type Limited Box Set. In no way do I need this, but damn, I want it hard.

I Love Type Limited Box Set

I love how the box is white and simple and it lets the multi-colours of the books work to give interest. The silver foil, numbered covers and all together just all of this set really impresses me.

Star Wars Animation by Miguel Oropeza  26 year old Miguel Oropeza is a digital artist from Caracas Venezuela. Miguel specializes in illustration and graphic design and trains himself every day to provide his audience with the better quality with every new project. This project is his first frame by frame animation work.  via graphigeek

Star Wars Animation by Miguel Oropeza 26 year old Miguel Oropeza is a digital artist from Caracas Venezuela. Miguel specializes in illustration and graphic design and trains himself every day to provide his audience with the better quality with every new

Manuel Guerrero, Vinicius

Manolo Guerrero, Tribute to Vinicius de Moraes, 2013

AWWW yeah. I love those colors, contrast, typography and the 3D building letters. SOO GOOD

Hebrew Club Typography I was keen to show this impressive typographic work by year visual communication students at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. As part of a “Type as Image” course,.

Japanese Poster: Hyuga Art Exhibition. 2012

Japanese Poster: Sense of Quiet. Yosuke Yamaguchi. 2012

The Gurafiku archive of Japanese graphic design is a collection of visual research surveying the history of graphic design in Japan.

thrilled breath

The socks brand Stance called on to the studio of artistic direction and photography Juco (about whom we have already spoken for the series Creative Fashion Pho

Seven Summits Posters Designed by Riccardo Vicentelli | In order of height: Puncak Jaya for Oceania, Vinson for Antarctica, Elbrus for Europe, Kilimanjaro for Africa, McKinley for North America, Aconcagua for South America and finally Everest for Asia.:

I like how the type is laid out over the different mountains. The type is clean which contrasts with the rough mountains. [Seven Summits Posters Designed by Riccardo Vicentelli

http://www.ricardovillavicencio.com/the-waivers-2/

The Waivers - Poster by Ricardo Villavicencio, via Behance

usage of color scheme and simple lines to depict another graphic

Colour attracts the eye to the design composition, with line and direction forming the type. Vertical lines creating a simple colourful background, while horizontal lines form 'Yes' clearly but creatively.