Typography by Herb Lubalin The 26 letters of the alphabet set in Avant Garde Gothic.
Herb Lubalin – American Graphic Designer – I love how underneath all of the chaos we can still see that this is the alphabet. There is also a really nice sense of space so even though there is much chaos it seems organized.
Herbert F. Lubalin was an American graphic designer. He collaborated with Ralph Ginzburg on three of Ginzburg's magazines: Eros, Fact, and Avant Garde, and was responsible for the creative visual beauty of these publications.
Part of an extremely rare folio set of × posters designed by Herb Lubalin. Donated by The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography for the benefit auction / holiday party to raise money for the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum.
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Lubalin both designed the poster and wrote the text for an AIGA exhibition called ‘Survival’. According to Ed Benguiat, the cockroaches were frozen in order to get the shot. Here shown in recreated poster format.
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From Stephen Heller - images of war and peace article. Herb Lubalin’s words ring true, his wit hits hard.
This poster uses a simple design (a singular wine glass) and lets the elaborate typography become the focal point. However, the font is not too whimsical as to distract from the wine glass or message of the poster.
Typography is one of the most fascinating elements of graphic design. If it’s web design, album art, posters, or any other type of graphic design, typographical inspiration can be a great resource for designers.