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Light Source by Magdiel Lopez, #Magdiellop - 105

A Poster Everyday - Magdiel Lopez

This achieved emphasis by creating a focal point using contrast. By making the background so colorful the model in black and white stands out but is still unified by pulling the color into the sunglasses.

Designers love colour! The RGB spectrum we work with on our digital computers gives us the widest possible range of colour to work with, much wider than the range of hues that can be replicated in CMYK inks, but that’s not to say there aren’t some ultra bright print projects out there to admire. In …

—Personal project & experienceSexual orgams inspired by A—TWork in progress.

✖ duotone

One color inverted print

Rítmia's Elegant Business Card & Identity. Simply stunning use of colour and personal branding throughout. Design by Atipus [ http://www.atipus.com/ ]

Rítmia’s Elegant & Colorful Business Card & Identity

3D Typografieskulptur / Old & New / Eye magazine

Old New: Design Manual for Revitalizing Existing Buildings, edited by Frank Peter Jäger. Creative direction and art direction: Onlab (Nicolas Bourquin and Thibaud Tissot).

4D type

The Inspiration Grid : Design Inspiration, Illustration, Typography

MAKING OF AN ANAMORPHIC TYPOGRAPHY INSTALLATION

An anamorphic project for Bam & Mr.Dero by Stefan Leitner, Simon Lemmerer and Martin Reicht This is the making of covershoot for the new This & That album by Bam & Mr.

20 Awesome Optical Illusions Using Typography - UltraLinx

With help of typography you can make a lot of amazing things. Let's see how some visionary artists are altering our perception of reality and pushing the

A series of typography experiments that play with 3D space to create opposing words when viewed from different angles.  I start with basic sketches of the letter forms, before modelling them in Styrofoam and filming a final 'fly-past' that shows both words in one swoop.

Very cool, but the form of the letters doesn't convey the 'real' and 'fake'. I think in this the 'chaos' and 'order' example works better.