For the Class: Think about using pops of color that are larger in the background and placing type on top. Just a technique for keeping things interesting and adding depth and texture.

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Typography could be warped to fit around other objects on advertisement to fill up negative space, and to stop crowding on the page JW: CATEGORY: Text Wrap COMMENTS: The large S looks elegant on the page and the text fills the negative space nicely.

Simple type, and only three colors yet still interesting to look at

I just like Futura, but I love the way this is presented Futura Type Specimen Book

I like how the type is split down the middle with the letterforms resembling each other. Vey elegant and balanced use of gothic type

The type splits down the middle of the page. Although the letterforms are cut in half they still clearly resemble their original. Very elegant and balanced use of gothic type.

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PHILOSOPHY MAGAZINE … I prefer publications that are mainly image based. What really works is when type has been placed over imagery, makes a more slick design, especially with this because of the colour choice.

I like how the story takes the shape of letters, and those form another message. I could incorporate this into my magazine by kind of combining a feature story in the small text, but an ASF with the larger letter outlines.

Type notebook

Times New Roman by Pedro Javier Arbelaez. This poster in particular is a favorite of mine. I assume this poster goes through the history of Times New Roman. What's great is that Times New Roman is the only typeface used here.

F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi D&AD posters

Iconic campaigns immortalised in new poster series

Advertising Agency: F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, São Paulo, Brazil Creative Directors: Rodrigo Castelalari, Pedro Prado

The font- the bold and delicate relationship in each letter. Love the capital italics and the black and white.

An entry from Pure-V

mine quote text movie banner simplicity magazine minimalism simple Where the Wild Things Are Wild Things opaki

innovative type    FENDA book series 2012. Notice how innovative a designer can be with type!—Prof. Zeller

RHEA - a nod to religious books and a fresh visual wave for the over riding look if your work for the folio FENDA book series

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