Breathtaking Typographic Posters by Experimental Jetset / Amsterdam, The Netherlands. You can't design without type.
Love the simpleness of the design. The repetition and scaling of the image creates a movement and tension. The hierarchy is subtle but well defined.
effektiveblog: Here is a peek at our new screen-print ‘Pixel’ specially created for Editions of 100. Its a SRA2 warm red silkscreen onto 22...
Scale: How large or small is the size of something compare to something else.
this piece shows pattern and unity but this is a predictable piece on what it will look like when its cut off and its geometric
Josep Müller-Brockmann, Auto Club of Switzerland Poster, 1955. Swiss Design was the basis of much of the development of graphic design during the mid 20th century. Of the many contributions to develop from the two schools were the use of, sans-serif typography, grids and asymmetrical layouts. Also stressed was the combination of typography and photography as a means of visual communication.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL poster
Witold Janowski 1961
Tour Type I was recently looking through the portfolio of graphic artist Neil Stevens and saw his retro-style posters for the different Tour de France stages. As a keen cyclist in and around London, these really appealed to me. The lettering based compositions successfully mix a number of historical graphic styles all hinging around the ’50s looking cyclist. I spoke to Neil about the typefaces used. The chunky numbers used as the main character in 1, 4 & 5 (tog