On Paul Rand site: There are essentially two kinds of typography: The familiar kind for reading, and the other, simply for viewing, like a painting. Some say that readability is most important. There are really two important things about typography: readability and beauty; both are equally important. However, many readable typefaces are visually offensive. The […]
Great interview with Jason Munn, where we can take a look at his studio and discover a little more about this talented designer, who’s work I truly admire. Love the the simplicity and the impact. I discovered this interview via Dave from grain edit, who send me an email with links to rare type specimens/design […]
This post may be a little outdated, but I haven´t seen this page before, so I´m gonna post it, because perhaps some of you haven´t seen it also, and i think the quality is well worth it. Here are the best 100 posters from 2006, according to [please insert name here, I don´t know german]. […]
I really like this, but I don´t know who made it. Anyone? 🙂
You probable know Typeradio, created by Underware, and it´s famous quote: “Type is speech on paper. Typeradio is speech on type.” Unfortunatelly i don´t have the time to hear it as often as I wanted…but today I heard the John D. Berry session, and I advise you to do the same. (Don´t miss the nice […]
[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/I7M7U8rP_K8″ width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] For over three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of the distinguished international design consultancy Pentagram since 1991. Here is her […]
Always nice to check out Toko’s work. Picture is from Hightee, a shirt label they created.
JG Ballard covers by timeline.
Great work from Chris Thompson, recently graduated from the glasgow school of art.Lovely posters!
Paula Scher, finalist of the National Design Awards for 2007 in graphics, shows how the type can be image, check it out.
What are the letters made of? Alessandro tartaglia tells me to don´t miss the the new issue of FF3300 (219 pages, English and italian).And I tell him thanks! 🙂Get it here!
Wow… what a great resource. Peter Gabor, from design et typo blog (FR), has put together a nice gallery collection, categorized by author or theme, that is a pleasure to browse. Go take a look at the Design&Typo Site. Some examples: