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Graphic Dialogue - Marcello Tanzi

Graphic Dialogue Posters and invitations for a series of lectures held at LCC. Using a very minimal approach, I worked with one typeface and only two.

Josef Müller-Brockmann

Zurich Tonhalle musica viva concert poster designed by MB From Josef Müller-Brockmann Pioneer of Swiss Graphic Design by Lars Müller Publishers

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Best Film Posters : this reminds me of a pong game. i could maybe program in some secret pong game.

Graphic Dialogue - Marcello Tanzi

Graphic Dialogue Posters and invitations for a series of lectures held at LCC. Using a very minimal approach, I worked with one typeface and only two.

Hofmann, Armin

'After WWII, Swiss Haas Type Foundry commissioned Max Miedinger to refine their "Akzidenz Grotesk" fonts and market them as "Neue Haas Grotesk". {We now} know this as Helvetica.' From History Graphic Design 20

Joseph Muller-Brockmann

Josef Müller-Brockmann "swiss style"

Di questo poster come si è sviluppato il paragrafo attorno al numero 12. Trovo inoltre interessante l'uso del colore ed il suo posizionamento all'interno del foglio.

Type Hierarchy Design Resolution – poster attempt in Armin Hofmann style

Di questo poster come si è sviluppato il paragrafo attorno al numero 12. Trovo inoltre interessante l'uso del colore ed il suo posizionamento all'interno del foglio.

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23 affiches magnifiques qui fêtent la typographie avec style

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“I don’t think that type should be expressive at all. I can write the word ‘dog’ with any typeface and it doesn’t have to look like a dog. But there are people that [think that] when they write ‘dog’ it should bark.” His words were true, his designs are timeless. Massimo Vignelli is regarded one of the greatest designers of the last century and even today, almost one year after his death he is a constant inspiration to the creative community. The Italian design legend was best known for…

Massimo Vignelli’s typographic legacy is an inspiration to all

“I don’t think that type should be expressive at all. I can write the word ‘dog’ with any typeface and it doesn’t have to look like a dog. But there are people that [think that] when they write ‘dog’ it should bark.” His words were true, his designs are timeless. Massimo Vignelli is regarded one of the greatest designers of the last century and even today, almost one year after his death he is a constant inspiration to the creative community. The Italian design legend was best known for…

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