Really in love with these minimalist typographic posters. A problem young designers (including myself) have is trying to keep things simple. This is a perfect example of how impactful simple design can be. via Abduzeedo
The images above are samples from letterer/designer Drew Melton’s work from “The Phraseology Project”. The idea is a basic site with a form where Drew takes user submitted words or phrases and designs them with type. Since the project launched it has seen over 20,000 submissions and continues to be an outlet for creative play for […]
Tuesday typographic inspiration by Bryan Patrick Todd. Bryan’s work was also recently featured in the Type Directors Club 58th annual exhibition for typographic excellence in communication design. The exhibition opened in New York and will be traveling around the world and shown in Canada, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Russia, Spain and Vietnam. A huge honor. Congrats Bryan! See […]
Typographic inspiration from French studio BMD Design.
Clear typography on this street art by Sean Hart. Really easily conveys the message. He’s got a ton of work on his site. Check that out here.
Packaging is one of my favorite forms of design. Mostly because it’s nice to know that as things become increasingly digital, packaging will always exist to be a category where printing is imperative and you’ll be able to touch and feel the design. I love the colors and the hand-done elements on these natural and […]
The lettering on these tins by Etsy seller BellaBaroque Design are gorgeous. I’d love to have just a couple of these as inspiration, but it looks as though the minimum order is 100. With wedding season kicking off this summer I hope a few couples are taking advantage of these beauties.
Great typography and messages on designs by Gemma Goode. It would be cool if they were available as a series of posters. Fantastic addition to an inspiration wall.
Letter/designer and co-founder of Friends of Type (one of the best lettering sites ever) Erik Marinovich was recently named person of the year by Lettercult. He also has just put together a portfolio with a ton of his spectacular work. Check that out here.
I hope you all had a great weekend! I’m still recovering from it myself. Anyway, I stumbled across this fantastic typographic video by Brazilian director, designer and animator Ariel Costa using the free font Chunk Five. With the accompanying music by Marcelo Baldin it’s lively, energetic and fun.