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My Go-To Fonts for Modern Design

My Go-To Fonts for Modern Design are here for you. Some are free and some are not. I'll be sure to make it clear which ones you will have to pay for. When I first got started as a Graphic Designer choosing fonts was not an easy thing to do. I would spend FOREVER browsing through free fonts and at the time would be satisfied with my selection. However when I would look back a few months later those fonts all of the sudden looked juvenile to me because I had found some other font that was…

Bruce Mau Design. OCAD University Visual Identity. I think this is a great logo. The concept behind it is a logo that is a blank canvas. The work of students can be featured in it as well as other themes. It is very graphic, the type is used to complement that geometry.

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The Great Outdoors

The great outdoors | By Warwick Kay

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Ariane Spanier

Ariane Spanier Design is a Berlin-based studio founded in 2005 focused on print work for architects, galleries and publishers. Often playing with the perception of depth they create typographic landscapes that bend and fold revealing rich layers of color and texture.

Paris Photo by David Lynch - David Lynch & Julien Frydman, ed. - Steidl Publishing - 2013 - - - The Book:

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Between | User experience design: Through this project, I have found that the better the logotype, the more clever it is. By making the word basic appear very intricate while still simple enough to easily read, this design is very clever, argo, its a well designed logotype.

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Emil Ruder

Recently I found this great set of minimalist posters by Emil Ruder, Swiss typographer and graphic designer. Ruder (1914-1970) played an important role in the development and dissemination of the Swiss Style.