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camille-andre-book: The Tale of the Lady White Wolf and her Little Deer Knight

camille-andre-book: The Tale of the Lady White Wolf and her Little Deer Knight

lydia nichols

lydia nichols

Crossed Type by Baptiste Chlx, via Behance

Crossed Type by Baptiste Chlx, via Behance

Poster designed by Brian Leuck, Kayo Takasugi, design firm of Grady, Campbell, Inc. for Novum Structures. Image from Graphis Poster Annual 2007, creative director, B. Martin Pederson, published by Graphis Inc.

Poster designed by Brian Leuck, Kayo Takasugi, design firm of Grady, Campbell, Inc. for Novum Structures. Image from Graphis Poster Annual 2007, creative director, B. Martin Pederson, published by Graphis Inc.

The Hipster Logo Design Guide Infographic | HAHA!! So true. How many of us are victims of trendy gimmicks?

The Hipster Logo Design Guide Infographic | HAHA!! So true. How many of us are victims of trendy gimmicks?

I had some stickers of letterforms very similar to these as a child, and I think it was the first time I really loved letters. I still dig this retro look.

I had some stickers of letterforms very similar to these as a child, and I think it was the first time I really loved letters. I still dig this retro look.

Really like this concept in terms of the the interactive, movements and active direction- holding representations of fitness and being energetic, movements- holding a strong movement, flexible etc..

Really like this concept in terms of the the interactive, movements and active direction- holding representations of fitness and being energetic, movements- holding a strong movement, flexible etc..

Haiku: Typographic Experiments by Eli Kleppe

Haiku: Typographic Experiments by Eli Kleppe

Typography inspiration #quotes #lifequotes

Typography inspiration #quotes #lifequotes

"London" poster by Quentin Newark for London Design Festival 2009. THIS EXHIBITION DREW ON THE NOTION THAT THE POSTER IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND STILL ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL COMMUNICATION MEDIUMS.

"London" poster by Quentin Newark for London Design Festival 2009. THIS EXHIBITION DREW ON THE NOTION THAT THE POSTER IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND STILL ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL COMMUNICATION MEDIUMS.