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The Eephus League HalfLiner Scorebook by Bethany Heck » Buttons! And a potential new reward — Kickstarter

The Eephus League HalfLiner Scorebook by Bethany Heck » Buttons! And a potential new reward — Kickstarter

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another strong infographic using type and silhouetted graphics over a photo. the background image needs to be really simple or faded for this to work

another strong infographic using type and silhouetted graphics over a photo. the background image needs to be really simple or faded for this to work

The horizontal asymmetry brings ambivalence to the design, yet is balanced as it its placed in the very center of the space. The block type in both halves portraits the ideas and feelings of the person. I appreciate the contrast of cool and warm colors in order to reinforce the message.

The horizontal asymmetry brings ambivalence to the design, yet is balanced as it its placed in the very center of the space. The block type in both halves portraits the ideas and feelings of the person. I appreciate the contrast of cool and warm colors in order to reinforce the message.

This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

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