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The color of this piece is really eye catching and the texture makes the poster less flat. The color also allows for an asymmetrical design even though the type is centered.

Tobacco Tins. What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.—Prof. Zeller

how can tobacco tins be this beautiful? What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.

http://media-cache-ec2.pinimg.com/originals/d5/0a/d8/d50ad808de6b71e2faac120fb7130eb5.jpg  Joshua Zipkin

The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

'This Is Not New' - Lee Huynh

Here again we take your inspirational senses on a trip down text art and typography lane, we aim for you to be inspired by each of the poster and artwork designs featured here.

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Colors + event poster style Graphic-ExchanGE - a selection of graphic projects - Kerry Ropper

Connection #1: Love of the party comes to those who are utterly without control of thought or willingness to rebel.

Typography Print by The Motivated Type. Using lines with the curves could break things up.

This poster has an overall symmetrical composition with some illustrative macro type as a focal point.

Poster for concert of Gustav Holst's The Planets. The concept for the poster's graphic use of numbers evolved out of listening to the section Mars and the different movements over its six minutes._design by Daniel Ray Cole

Lettering & Typography Designs and Inspiration

Helvetica Art, Posters, Typography, Clothing, Books & More [Ultimate Collection] Helvetica Light

visualgraphc:  Day 362 “Turn The Page” by Matt Chinworth (follow his tumblr TypeSWAMP where he creates a new design every single day)

The artist is Matt Chinworth. I really like how this design illustrates the meaning of the phrase "Turn the Page." The design is easy to interpret with the letters sort of giving the feel of a layer being opened, or a page being turned.

Norman Foster - Design by Gabriel Benderski

Norman Foster - Design by Gabriel Benderski -I like how it's a question in the shape of the letter L and the contrasting

cover for James Joyce’s The Dubliners by German designer Apfel Zet

Something for the Weekend

The Dubliners by James Joyce; design by Apfel Zet / Richard Bravery Penguin Essentials, Penguin (UK)

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