Every graphic designer will agree… these 8 fonts should simply stay in the dark.
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The dramatic artwork of South Korean artist Minjae Lee is now available in a series of stunning laptop sleeves.
Freelance graphic designer and journalist Drea Avellán expresses her passion for video games with these adorable Controller Love posters!
Designed in 1927 by Paul Renner, the Futura typeface gets a much deserved animated tribute by Thibault de Fournas and Christopher Wilson, two talented students of France’s ESAG.
23-year-old Minjae Lee is a South Korean illustrator and painter, currently working in Seoul. While his focus and inspiration is derived from faces, his fascinating use of color and extremely detail-oriented pieces force you to look a little deeper
Finally the most infamous track from Jay-Z and Kanye’s collaboration album ‘Watch the Throne’ gets an official video. The psychedelic visuals were directed by Kanye and produced by Jonathan Lia with impeccable videography by Alexander Hammer and heavy visual fx by Alex Moors.
The minds behind British type foundry HypeForType commissioned South African graphic designer Ryan Atkinson to produce their first magazine entitled Typographic Revolt. The 6-page magazine pays tribute to HypeFortype’s Exclusive Faces range of fonts and doubles as 8 typographic posters.
Advertising agency Richter7 in Salt Lake City, Utah created this new story poster campaign for Cocoa Metro — a dark chocolate milk beverage company based in Boston. The campaign’s typography combines a perfect balance of small script and heavy serifs on muted earth tones.
This week’s Creative Pick is a branding and packaging project by New York City-based designer Desiree Portugues.
A few months ago, 8 Fest took over Ohio University near Athens and the insanity was documented in a film produced by RG FILMS/
The video for Kanye West’s “All of the Lights,” directed by Hype Williams, looks like several totally unrelated concepts that never really do tie together for the viewer. However each concept is individually very strong especially with the use of beautiful erratic typography and effects.