We like this kind of full-body shot -- unique to each person. May or may not do the word overlay, but we love Be Fearlessly Authentuc

G. Lowercase 'g' is by far the most interesting character in English (in my humble opinion). It can be written so many different ways....

I Agree with this person. G. Lowercase 'g' is by far the most interesting character in English (in my humble opinion). It can be written so many different ways.

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Mario Hugo — new website, on Creative Journal: a showcase of inspiring design, art, architecture and photography.

david carson the use of typeography and the way the text overlap eachover giving it more of a feel of a poster design

The King Of Grunge Typography

David Carson the use of typeography and the way the text overlap eachover giving it more of a feel of a poster design. In every poster David Carson makes he uses so many different types of fonts to honour his title of being the grunge king.

Aron Jancso

Hungary-based designer / illustrator Áron Jancsó has quite the way with letters. Viewing Áron’s work is a delightfully involved procedure. With such a large variety of typographic experimenta…

Looks like an accident but very perfecty not.   The end of print | David Carson

David Carson the use of typeography and the way the text overlap eachover giving it more of a feel of a poster design. In every poster David Carson makes he uses so many different types of fonts to honour his title of being the grunge king.

David Carson | PICDIT

Size: 11 x Paper: Lighter-weight card stock Printing/production: University of Pennsylvania's, The Common Press. About: Single sided. Very sharp edges and corners.

HackelBury Fine Art - William Klein: Paintings, Etc - Paintings 1948-50

bold background : WILLIAM KLEIN *Lettrist painting for mural, Painted black and white emulsion mounted to board Art Size: x inches x cm WK 11741

Oficina Tipográfica São Paulo

Random Spectacular's new magazine showcases international letterpress

Random SpectacularAbove is a gorgeous selection of analogue type from the latest edition of Random Spectacular published by St. Judes as part of The Village of Type at Ditchling Museum of Art +.

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