These guys have quantity and quality. They’ve got a much wider variety than what you see here, but these are the ones I’d really like to have.
Archive for the 'Type' Category
Came across the National Parks brochures I collected on an epic road trip through the southwest 12 or so years ago. The system, designed by Massimo Vignelli in 1977, is an awesome example of gridness. And it’s still in use today, although as you’ll see in the last two slides, with Myriad (I think) instead [...]
Been doing a lotta logos lately and I am struggling to resist the urge to use Avenir all the time, and can’t bring myself to use Gotham. So, I’ve been looking for alternatives. Here are a few. Gibson: Samo Sans: Interval: Phi: Centrale Sans: Recta: Kyrial Sans: [...]
Just a few from the many online at The Computer History Museum—as PDFs no less!—in their special area full of marketing brochures. (Via Coudal) And I just couldn’t resist. I rasterized a bunch of the covers to use for my desktop background. I made a bunch, so I figured I’d share them with all the [...]
A thoroughly random selection from this awesome Tumblog.
Love these. The type was laser-cut outta the grip tape. Via Friends of Type.
This one goes out to my lovely wife: designer, chocolate lover. Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt. Via ffffound.
Designed by Greg Lindy at LuxTypo.
Via But Does it Float.
Unit Editions did this cool series of posters by 7 different designers, in honor of the big Wim Crouwel exhibition at the Design Museum in London. According to Unit: “The designers were commissioned to submit a poster based on the dimensions and grid of the legendary original Stedelijk Museum posters, as created by Crouwel during [...]