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Breviario Magazine - Editorial Design by Boris Vargas Vasquez via Behance - #GraphicDesign

Breviario Magazine - Editorial Design by Boris Vargas Vasquez via Behance - #GraphicDesign

Notter + Vigne, S/S12 Naska men, Lookbook Rick Owens, 2011.

Notter + Vigne, S/S12 Naska men, Lookbook Rick Owens, 2011.

SEKVENS

SEKVENS

Graphic design will save the world right after rock and roll does"   - David Carson

Graphic design will save the world right after rock and roll does" - David Carson

david carson the use of typeography and the way the text overlap eachover giving it more of a feel of a poster design

david carson the use of typeography and the way the text overlap eachover giving it more of a feel of a poster design

Helvetica. By typeface designer Max Miedinger. I like the positive and negative shapes on that the letter A showes (the negative shape in the middle looks like a teardrop).

Helvetica. By typeface designer Max Miedinger. I like the positive and negative shapes on that the letter A showes (the negative shape in the middle looks like a teardrop).

World renowned typeface designer, Adrian Frutiger, was commissioned by the Charles De Gaulle Airport near Paris in the late 1960s to develop a typeface for airport signage. Instead of adapting his previously designed Univers® family, he developed something new that would also go on to become a classic – the Frutiger® typeface. The new design was completed in 1975 and installed at the airport that same year.

World renowned typeface designer, Adrian Frutiger, was commissioned by the Charles De Gaulle Airport near Paris in the late 1960s to develop a typeface for airport signage. Instead of adapting his previously designed Univers® family, he developed something new that would also go on to become a classic – the Frutiger® typeface. The new design was completed in 1975 and installed at the airport that same year.

GUTS is a fictional exhibition for Stefan Sagmeister.

GUTS is a fictional exhibition for Stefan Sagmeister.

Very clear and well built typographic hierarchy, it reminds me of the Bauhaus typography which emphasizes the most on the clarity of the message. The colors are working together beautifully and all the elements are creating a communicative yet aesthetic composition that would inform the readers and please their eyes as well.

Very clear and well built typographic hierarchy, it reminds me of the Bauhaus typography which emphasizes the most on the clarity of the message. The colors are working together beautifully and all the elements are creating a communicative yet aesthetic composition that would inform the readers and please their eyes as well.