The Ice Typography is a project of Nicole Dextras, it consists of three-dimensional words constructed in ice placed outdoors. According to the artist statement, “The use of text in the landscape relates to concrete and visual poetry but with the added twist of having the word’s meaning alter with the melting process.” You will love [...]
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Making a design or an artwork entails a involves a lot of activities and one of which is using a proper font to match the design. That is why every graphic designer or artist, is better off if he has a sizeable collection of fonts that he can use on any given project. It saves [...]
Typography one of the most loved art forms that is changing and improving almost every day.Designers are “fighting” to have best designs in the world and to achieve that hard work and years of study are involved. Words and text edition are all-round us each day in almost everything we do. This is a showcase of [...]
Située dans le cœur de Londres, cette superbe structure est l’œuvre de Leigh Osborne et Graham Voce. Étant les propriétaires de ce château d’eau typique du 19ème siècle, ces derniers ont repris son architecture pour construire une résidence moderne très réussie. Plus d’images dans la suite de l’article.
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Most people do not think much about typefaces (often referred to as “fonts”) on a daily basis. They do not consider the differences between the different typefaces, let alone the reason for those differences or the history of how they came to be the way they are today. But for designers, these details are both interesting and informative. This article details a brief history of how typography has evolved into what it is today.
CSS3 has some new values for sizing things relative to the current viewport size: vw, vh, and vmin. It is relevant to bring up now, because it's shipping in Chrome 20 (canary at the time of this writing). And not behind a flag, it just works. Production usage isn't quite there, but it will be soon enough.
I was talking to a friend earlier today who works for a large design firm and he admitted to me that he’d never make it as a freelancer. His reason was based solely off the amount of time it took him to find the perfect font for everything. That lead to a rather interesting conversation [...]
This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series. Steven Bonner is a designer and illustrator from Stirling, Scotland. Many+ Continue Reading
Typography, even if is complicated, minimalistic, crazy or vintage, used in photography will offer a clear message to the viewer. Typography will help you to give an emotional touch to a romantic or dramatic idea in a photo, can help you to promote a product easier and efficient in a poster or flyer, and so [...]
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