Graphic Design is Intentional

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escapekit:

The World Font

Designer Yusuf Algan created an alphabet where each letter is made out of fonts in a specific international alphabet. 

authenticbrew:

betype:

Maybe with this photoset you won’t hate me

betype:

Typography in 30 Mins

this is better than a class I took. SERIOUSLY.

via: lleuq
source: airows

(Source: airows)

tagged as:
# Typography
# Chess

typethatilike:

K is for King, Q is for Queen

creativereview.co.uk

thedsgnblog:

Yurko Gutsulyak   |   http://gstudio.com.ua

“It was necessary to create the design for the limited edition of Velkopopovicky Kozel beer. The project is aimed at emphasizing the values of the famous Czech brand and enlarging the number of its fans. The design of the limited edition reflects the ancient traditions as well as the mastership of the Czech brewers. Every can is a part of the Old Czechia.”

Graphic design studio was established by Yurko Gutsulyak in 2005. The main activity of the studio is visual communications. We are doing everything in a different way and every time in a different manner, but in any case, at least in a good way. We love what we do and believe that any work could be interesting as a result only provided that it is interesting as a process. With each new project, we challenge ourselves and define new high standards of quality. And it is not only the quality of performance, but also the quality of established ideas”.

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typeworship:

Typeface Pantheon

A set of self initiated, concept posters by Woodhouse, a small team providing a handcrafted approach to their digital work, based in Ann Arbor, outside of Detroit.

Featuring the studio’s favorite typefaces, these compositions certainly portray a certain reverence, all in white and molded through careful lighting. They also stand as a testament to the importance of creating your own work. Clients commission what they can see after all.

pulmonaire:

French design studio Vegetable Identity has envisioned a number of beautiful letter sculptures with vegetation. The plants don’t require water or light, because they are stabilized with a preservation product that is similar to sugar.