Magasins Généraux window signs

Contributed by Production Type Source: http://www.buildingparis.fr © Building Paris/Julien Lelièvre. License: All Rights Reserved. In 2013, T&P Work UNit has been commissioned to conceive BETC’s new offices in Les Magasins Généraux warehouses, Pantin, France, a former granary well known for becoming the favorite graffiti artists’ playground for almost a decade (interactive exploration of the building). Parisian studio … Continue reading Magasins Généraux window signs

Streets: Banksy (New York)

Taking his turn at one of the most highly regarded mural walls in the United States, Banksy (or Borf on his behalf, as mentioned in some media) decided to paint an explicit, politically charged piece. With almost no references to his previous or recognizable work, without any hidden messages or beating around the bush, he revealed the new piece on his official Instagram:

Magical Rainbow Roads by Daniel Mercandantes

Photographer and filmmaker Daniel Mercadante know how to bring colours and magic to dull landscapes. He is painting rainbow pathways using light and long exposure that he then captures on camera. Could you imagine where those lit and colourful roads could lead you?

Crazy type by @stephanelopes http://ift.tt/2knb9u0

Crazy type by @stephanelopes http://ift.tt/2knb9u0 Source: Crazy type by @stephanelopes http://ift.tt/2knb9u0

Paragraph Spacing

As a web designer, do you take paragraphs for granted? Putting in little to no effort designing them? Using whatever built-in paragraph format your content management system provides? Relying on the defaults of your WYSIWYG web editor? Source: Paragraph Spacing

Quirky font magically adjusts to what you’re writing

With its geometric angles and art-deco aesthetic, Futuracha has become one of the most popular free fonts used by designers all over the world. Created in 2012 by Athens-based creative team høly , Futuracha is inspired by the pf futura book, with serifs based on Claude Garamond typefaces. Source: Quirky font magically adjusts to what … Continue reading Quirky font magically adjusts to what you’re writing

Quirky font magically adjusts to what you're writing

With its geometric angles and art-deco aesthetic, Futuracha has become one of the most popular free fonts used by designers all over the world. Created in 2012 by Athens-based creative team høly , Futuracha is inspired by the pf futura book, with serifs based on Claude Garamond typefaces. Source: Quirky font magically adjusts to what … Continue reading Quirky font magically adjusts to what you're writing

For Designers: The Essential Guide To Combining Typefaces

Heads up designers, New York-based creative Tim Brown , who is also the Head of Typography for Adobe Typekit and Adobe Type , has just made his book A Pocket Guide to Combining Typefaces available for free on the Adobe Typekit Blog . Source: For Designers: The Essential Guide To Combining Typefaces

Variable fonts, a new kind of font for flexible design

Just minutes ago, at the ATypI conference in Warsaw, the world was introduced to a new kind of font: a variable font. Jointly developed by Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe , a variable font is, as John Hudson put it, “a single font file that behaves like multiple fonts”. Source: Variable fonts, a new kind … Continue reading Variable fonts, a new kind of font for flexible design

Punching Up Web Typography with Capital Letters

When it comes to text messages and emails, we usually interpret all capital letters, known as all caps , as YELLING. But setting your headlines, leads, and short pull quotes in all caps can punch up your layouts, and get a hold of your readers. Source: Punching Up Web Typography with Capital Letters

Cynthia Claros hand drawing

Kim Walker

Fonts: Merkury , Input Mono Source: Kim Walker

Gebr. Müller Luckenwalde letterhead, 1930

Contributed by Florian Hardwig License: All Rights Reserved . The subject of this episode of the Weekly Invoice series is technically not a proper invoice, but an order confirmation. It was sent in 1930 (although the form was apparently printed already in the 1920s) by Gebr. Source: Gebr. Müller Luckenwalde letterhead, 1930

W3C- Validation

Design Census 2016

Contributed by Love Lagerkvist Source: http://designcensus.org Google, AIGA . License: All Rights Reserved . Design Census : Google and AIGA are pleased to announce the first annual Design Census—an open and collaborative resource for understanding the complex economic, social, and cultural factors shaping the design practice today. Source: Design Census 2016

New font – Fit by David Jonathan Ross

Fit is a hyper-stylized series of caps designed with one thing in mind: filling up space with maximum impact. The post New font – Fit by David Jonathan Ross appeared first on 365typo . Source: New font – Fit by David Jonathan Ross