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A type of Show #3

I love typography. Typography is entitled to be voted a long lasting fascination. Superbly conceptualized, crafted and staged – these projects caught my eye.

Rumor, an urban event dedicated to fashion and lifestyle depicts an over extended ‘O’ which acts as a close ‘circuit’ – of the 4 meshed into 1 events.

Designed by Tomasz Biskuprumor.

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Subtle or not subtle advice – love the iconographic feel of the – (L)EARN archival quality print available for purchase and designed by Neuarmy Surplus.

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Mockups of the graphic identity standards manual for the Ville de Charleroi (which translates as City of Charles the King). The modernization of such an ‘antique’ name is a tour de force.

Superb conceptual thinking by Pam & Jenny.

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Reminds me of the adage: the ‘buck stops here’. The plied shoe seems to do – putting a stop to ‘dropping’ text copy.

Theater Biel Solothurn – multi years awarded poster by Stephan Bundi.

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Melting moon surface + spiking waves infer to some kind of a music event. The diagonal slicing of capitalized letters in color give it edginess. Intriguing ‘Windows pop-up‘ appearing behind a wave.

RAW poster – designer unknown.

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To be caught between a rock and a hard place would not be whimsical if applied to this Rock postcard. Irresistible red striped (eye) candy type floating over a vintage picture of cliffs near Brighton, UK.

Deliciously prepared by Steven Wilson.

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Clay table setting staging and montage by Alexandra Bruel for the Fricote cover – issue #2. Superb hand-drawn logotypo.

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Gateways Exhibition deconstructed signage using uncovered books (brilliant hint to how book serve as imagination gateways) which is the central theme of exhibit.

Designed by Andrew Howard.

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Transliteration effect and play on words for the Stack Architects corporate identity by now defunct The Consult, UK.

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A huge labyrinth of underground rooms which follow one another for more than thirteen kilometers. The Karst Family series of 3 posters by Aldo Pullela.


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