Even though I have never met the man, this very nice poster designed by Simon Ålander reveals three things we share in common…
Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer has designed a font to help those who suffer from dyslexia to minimise reading errors. Drawing on his own experience of dyslexia he made custom tweaks to all the letterforms and punctuation of the western alphabet.
The super productive Jon Contino has just relaunched his portfolio stuffed with great typographical works and since I have been planning to post something about him, it is as good a time as ever to do so.
This post is about three different, yet related things that caught my attention in recently…
The Click is a design consultancy based in Norwich, England. They recently developed a striking, crisp typographic visual identity for Asperger East Anglia.
There hase been a notable resurgence of the International Typographic Style (aka Swiss Style) in graphic design lately and along with this trend, grids are big right now. Baseline grids in particular have been enjoying a lot of fresh attention, so this post is simply to consolidate some of the learning and resources I have… Continue reading Using a baseline grid
Cameo refers to type design in which the characters are reversed out of a black background. In figural cameos, the background typically depicts the product or service being advertised.
Richard Arthur Stewart is one of those guys whose work I have admired time and time again, without ever knowing who the designer was… until now.
Nice work by Jason Miller via Allan Peters.