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I like the multiple colors that are being used in this design, along with the multiple type faces. I think this is successful because of how the white type pops so well against the dark green that is used s the palm of the hand.

BROSNAN - This is an example of song lyrics from The Beatles' "Hello Goodbye." The lyrics fit the shape of a hand which could be waving either "hello" or "goodbye.

https://flic.kr/p/cgvfGf | “On Your Marks” book jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, 1969

“On Your Marks” book jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, 1969 by Herb Lubalin Study Center.This design is quirky and beautifully elegant and creates a classy design.

#signage and #wayfinding: perspex signage, black. "milk"

lowercase:i like this logo because i love the type face and i it is really easy to read. I love black and white also i think it gives things a real clean look.

THINGS TO DO | Cahya Sofyan on Behance

One color, big letters, illustrations in front of letter, geometric lines. Things To Do by Cahya Sofyan (Typography)

Typeverything.com - Bella Typeface.

British designer Rick Banks of Face37 has just released his latest typeface, Bella, designed, he tells us, in the classical French Didot style, but based on letterforms by Herb Lubalin, John Pistilli and Jan Tschichold. Featuring extremely thin hairlines, Bella is best suited for use at large display sizes.

one of my favourite typefaces of the moment. "Bella Typeface" from British designer Rick Banks of Face Gorgeous french style, with a classic yet subtly trendy edge.

Port Vintage é uma dessas fontes que você fica observando cada detalhe, cada curva e vendo o trabalho que deve ter dado desenvolver tudo aquilo. Mais um belíssimo trabalho do português João Oliveira.

Port Vintage do Designer Português João Oliveira via @pristinaorg

إن الله جميل يحب الجمال.

The Arabic Didot by Ruh Al-Alam The Arabic Didot is an experimental typeface developed by London based designer Ruh Al-Alam for use in his own compositions. Ruh’s work is rooted in an Arabic tradition.