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Posters, prospectus and brand guidelines designed by Maud for Australia's oldest university The University of Sydney. University Of Sydney, University Life, Typography Images, Typography Inspiration, Corporate Design, Business Design, Corporate Brochure, Corporate Identity, Graphic Design Studios

Brand Identity for The University of Sydney by Maud — BP&O

Posters, prospectus and brand guidelines designed by Maud for Australia's oldest university The University of Sydney. Opinion by Richard Baird

Creative Layout, Design, Francesco, Franchi, and Editorial image ideas & inspiration on Designspiration Typography Images, Typography Inspiration, Typography Letters, Typography Design, Lettering, Design Inspiration, Editorial Layout, Editorial Design, Editorial News

How Francesco Franchi remodeled the typographic medium of today - TypeRoom

Intelligence literally means being able to understand and quickly comprehend what we see” writes Francesco Franchi in his contribution to Malofiej17 Annual Publication. “Infographics are not just a translation of what can be read to what can be seen. They help us understand, create and experience our reality. They reveal the hidden, explain the complex and illuminate the obscure. They definitely are an exercise of journalism” he adds. Typography has found a new hero in the face of this man…

_______________________________________ Redesign of the French daily newspaper Libération by art directors Yorgo Tloupas and Javier Errea with custom typefaces designed by Production Type. Editorial Design Layouts, Page Layout Design, Book Design, Graphic Design Posters, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Trends, Graphic Design Layouts, Magazine Design, Mise En Page Magazine

This is why Libération’s new typefaces are making headlines - TypeRoom

An acclaimed typeface designer with a focus on exclusive corporate fonts, Jean-Baptiste Levée is making headlines once again - literally. The co-founder of the Bureau des Affaires Typographiques (the first French typeface design & distribution company on the Internet), known for his way of working methodically in a process where history and technology are approached altogether within the nuances of artistry, has designed over a hundred typefaces for industry, moving pictures, fashion and…

Fontsmith's FS Silas - The first typeface with an accompanying spy movie? Its Nice That, Editorial Design, Spy, Typography, Product Launch, Cards Against Humanity, Film, Quotes, Layout

FS Silas is an "enigmatic" typeface launched with its own spy film

Typophiles can get a bit of stick sometimes. "Sarah Hyndman":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/the-type-taster, the founder of Type Tasting has even quoted our very own Rob Alderson as saying “typography is seen as the least sexy design discipline.” It's about time then that someone launched a typeface with a spy movie (albeit a short, delicious abstract one). That's exactly what Fontsmith has done for its new face FS Silas, possibly the most heavily PRd typeface we've encountered. Days…

Defective Carrots: the weird veg that will never make it to your table Orange Book, Its Nice That, Design Museum, Typography Prints, Book Design, Carrots, Weird, Graphic Design, How To Make

Defective Carrots: the weird veg that will never make it to your table

People often talk about the crippling beauty standards of the fashion or film industries but apparently our food undergoes the same scrutiny. Our produce aisles, it turns out, are far more curated than you may think. You might recall "Marcel’s _Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables_":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/opinion-marcel-designs-of-the-year campaign that won the Design Museum’s graphics category for Design of the Year last month (it was also championed in our 2014 It’s Nice That…

FS Silas is an "enigmatic" typeface launched with its own spy film Its Nice That, Typography, Product Launch, Film, Editorial, Layout, Graphic Design, Character, Writing

FS Silas is an "enigmatic" typeface launched with its own spy film

Typophiles can get a bit of stick sometimes. "Sarah Hyndman":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/the-type-taster, the founder of Type Tasting has even quoted our very own Rob Alderson as saying “typography is seen as the least sexy design discipline.” It's about time then that someone launched a typeface with a spy movie (albeit a short, delicious abstract one). That's exactly what Fontsmith has done for its new face FS Silas, possibly the most heavily PRd typeface we've encountered. Days…