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I like this because they added meaning to the word by adding a kinetic effect to the type by having it seem as if the "o" was dropped.

I like this because they added meaning to the word by adding a kinetic effect to the type by having it seem as if the "o" was dropped.

avante garde type poster.The condensed fonts were drawn by Ed Benguiat in 1974, and the obliques were designed by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt in 1977.

avante garde type poster.The condensed fonts were drawn by Ed Benguiat in 1974, and the obliques were designed by André Gürtler, Erich Gschwind and Christian Mengelt in 1977.

For Tom's Design history class this week we were assigned a subject and from that subject required to design a informational poster and present it. My topic was the family and the typeface of Didot...

Didot

For Tom's Design history class this week we were assigned a subject and from that subject required to design a informational poster and present it. My topic was the family and the typeface of Didot...

Type Classification Posters by Cedrik Ferrer, via Behance

Type Classification Posters by Cedrik Ferrer, via Behance

http://www.samuelcastano.com/

http://www.samuelcastano.com/

times new roman poster - Google Search

times new roman poster - Google Search

Futura – Originally designed in the 1920s and '30s, these unique faces were characterized by bold outline, streamlined forms, and a sense of stylized geometry. They feature a forceful, yet elegant look. Although most commonly known for its influence on architecture, advertising, interior design and fashion, Art Deco cast its spell of sleek modernity over typography with equal abandon.

Futura – Originally designed in the 1920s and '30s, these unique faces were characterized by bold outline, streamlined forms, and a sense of stylized geometry. They feature a forceful, yet elegant look. Although most commonly known for its influence on architecture, advertising, interior design and fashion, Art Deco cast its spell of sleek modernity over typography with equal abandon.

Francesco Griffo (also Francesco da Bologna) – born 1450, died 1518 in Bologna, Italy – type founder, punch cutter, type designer.

Francesco Griffo (also Francesco da Bologna) – born 1450, died 1518 in Bologna, Italy – type founder, punch cutter, type designer.

Didot Type Specimen Poster by Olivia Cruz, via Behance

Didot Type Specimen Poster by Olivia Cruz, via Behance

Garamond poster for typography assignment

Garamond poster for typography assignment

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