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Shake it Up - Craig Ward

Craig Ward — YCN Awards Call for Entries campaign and physical award design


Very clever and the minimal use of color is beautiful.Even with so much going on, in the sense that this is like a puzzle for the reader, the design is still clean and comprehensible. The purple really makes the grey title pop (successful type hierarchy).

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Missing by Nicole Nugent. http://www.behance.net/gallery/Typogram/5767643

The meaning of the word "missing" is portrayed frm the absences of stem of the letter "i". By leaving the titles, it portrays that a part of the letter has been removed, reinforcing the meaning of "missing".

The Bulk of Reality by Craig Ward, via Behance

Typography by Craig Ward Fantastic work by New York-based designer Craig Ward, who sees himself as a “typographic illustrator”.

Οι υποψηφιοτητές των Brit Awards | Verge

Brit Awards music stars gear up for open ceremony at Arena in London

30 Stunning Typographic Posters - UltraLinx

30 Stunning Typographic Posters

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.

Alan Kitching’s life in letterpress will brighten up your bookshelves | Typeroom.eu

This is a type based design by Alan Kitching. This site shows many designs of Kitchings' and his letterpress designs. He has worked for many companies including The Guardian and The National Theater.

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Equinox Typeface

Equinox Typeface by MehmetRehaTugcu Equinox is a modern, minimal and clean font family with uppercase multilingual letters, numbers, punctuation and alternate letters

Byronesque Offline wall mural by Craig Ward, via Behance [interesting look at deconstruction in typography/design]

This is an example of expanded leading

Norman Foster - Design by Gabriel Benderski -I like how it's a question in the shape of the letter L and the contrasting