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  • Design Group DB

    5 Lessons from #MassimoVignelli | Abduzeedo #Design #Inspiration

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    Typographic Poster Design by Anthony Neil Dart

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  • Greg Louison

    Posters Of Graphic Design Icon's ‘5 Phrases To Live By’, Made In Helvetica "Visually Powerful, Intellectually Elegant."

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    2 Seattle-based designer Anthony Neil Dart made a series of gorgeous typographic posters featuring “5 phrases to live by” from graphic design legend Massimo Vignelli.

  • Graham Smith

    Gorgeous set of posters, entitled: Vignelli Forever, by Anthony Neil Dart using Helvetica. Summing up five well-known phrases, and quotes, by Massimo Vignelli.

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This series, made "just for fun" by Anthony Neil Dart, takes some meaningful phrases by Massimo Vignelli and turns them into wonderful tribute posters. It's called Vignelli Forever.

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Vignelli | Poster and graphic programme for Milan’s Piccolo Teatro, 1964 and 1965 – illustrating the powerful philosophical connection between Zurich and Milan in the 1960s. Vignelli’s effortless ordering of information – using closely set Helvetica in two sizes and strong horizontal rules – has been echoed in print, blog themes and app design right up to the present day.

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