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ZwölfKv.H.Bf. — Rochade

Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof’s new exhibition “Rochade” deals with the fact that the gallery space used to be a first class waiting room at. (A note to CCA MFA Design, Media Matters people: the frame!

I feel the use of continuous, overlayed typography is striking and bold. I think his work has always been so inspiring due to his ability to create images through type. Really beautiful and raw.

David Carsons designs for the 'Ray Gun' magazines experimented with the use of typography.

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Inspiration for Creatives

"Don't mistake legibility for communication" ~ David Carson. Just because you can read it, doesn’t mean it is communicating the intended message.

'Done' is a unique artists' book produced specifically for the 'we love your  books' 2009 exhibition entitled 'Closure', at Artworks, Milton Keynes.  This tissue paper book is based on an obsession with list-making. It  explores the typographic potential of the handwritten list and places it  within a new context.    Letterpress and silkscreen printed onto tissue paper.

Done is a unique artists' book produced specifically for the 'we love your books' 2009 exhibition entitled 'Closure', at Artworks, Milton Keynes. This tissue paper book is based on an obsession with list-making.

Galante menu - A combination of luxury print finishes turned the Galante menus into covetable items in their own right. Tragos Magicos - cocktails circa 1935-1955.

Galante menu - A combination of luxury print finishes turned the Galante menus into covetable items in their own right.

realmoftangents: “Normal Type ”

Dark Side of Typography

Sam Winston : Dictionary Story book

Sam Winston art ‘Through his explorations of language Sam Winston creates sculpture, drawings and books that question our understanding of words, both as a carriers of messages and as informa…

One of the most beautiful books out there. "tree of codes" by Jonathan Safran Foer. Design by Sara De Bondt Studio

“A rare case of a graphic designer who can think,” is the half-joking, all-affectionate introduction to Sara De Bondt, from Pentagram’s Marina Willer.