The Art and Science of Type Design in Context

Author: Ivan Vartanian

Publisher: Rotovision

ISBN: 9782880467692

Category: Design

Page: 191

View: 6979

Displaying an amazing array of imaginative work - lovingly handcrafted or pushing the boundaries of tools and technology - TypoGraphics demonstrates how cultural and commercial context influences type design. The book also explores how type makes pictures as well as words, and how a new closer relationship between the practice of graphic design and typography is essential for the profession's progress.
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Author: John Negru

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: 9780442001797

Category: Computers

Page: 193

View: 355

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a designer's handbook of printing techniques

Author: Michael Hutchins

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 96

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Author: Tomoe Nakazawa

Publisher: P I E Books

ISBN: N.A

Category: Design

Page: 217

View: 4659

Simple, modern designs... provocative visuals... experimental typography... the challenge of enhancing legibility within artistic strategies. This selection introduces more than 400 specimens of typographic art drawn from such countries as Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Britain and the USA. It offers a panorama of contemporary typography encompassing a vast range of styles shot through with the hottest ideas.
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The New Trend of A to Z Typo-graphics

Author: Victionary

Publisher: Victionary

ISBN: N.A

Category: Design

Page: 234

View: 5668

From 2D to 3D design, types are another key visual besides pure graphics and illustration. How to deal with types is a common challenge among designers and artists from various design disciplines. The book presents, in alphabetical order, a rich selection of experimental and inspirational typefaces and reveals the diversity and innovative approaches of contemporary typography. Examples of work by up-and-coming practitioners as well as international and renowned icons are demonstrated.
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The New Faces of Contemporary Typography

Author: かずお・阿部,Kaori Shibata,Toru Hachiga

Publisher: Books Nippan

ISBN: 9784938586430

Category: Art

Page: 220

View: 3415

This international collection presents the latest in type applications including posters, brochures, CD jackets, calendars, package design and more.
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A Sourcebook of Contemporary Typographics

Author: Alexander Branczyk

Publisher: W. W. Norton

ISBN: 9780500283103

Category: Design

Page: 312

View: 9963

The rise and rise of new media has resulted in an explosion of new creativity in the field of typography and graphics. ''Emotional Digital'' is a wide-ranging, international selection of today’s most beautiful typefaces introduced by the designers and publishers themselves. From the cult status designers of Emigre, San Francisoc to LettError, The Hague Thirsttype, Chicago Typerware in Barcelona, the comic alphabets of Rian Hughes to the character-filled typeface of Alessio Leonardi, this book offers stimuli for typeface design and layout. A wide range of fonts devised by international cutting-edge graphic design companies are stylishly presented in full-colour spreads. Each profile includes information on where and when the company originates, awards and characteristics of their work.
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The New Trend of A to Z Typo-graphics

Author: Victionary

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9788496774292

Category: Graphic design (Typography)

Page: 233

View: 4222

From 2D to 3D design, types are another key visual besides pure graphics and illustration. How to deal with types is a common challenge among designers/artists from various design disciplines. We are excited to present our title 'Type Addicted' which shows you the new trend of A to Z typo-graphics.
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Author: Roger Walton

Publisher: HBI

ISBN: 9780060087678

Category: Art

Page: 204

View: 5967

The latest edition in the best-selling Typographics series, this guide puts designers ahead of the curve, giving them a sneak peek at the sharpest designs currently being produced in the cutting-edge realm of zines and e-zines. As this inspiring book illustrates, rapidly advancing technological developments in both print and electronic magazine mediums are allowing for unprecedented creativity in graphic design. Designers will discover amazing new ways to use these developments to the fullest of their potential, including examples that take binding, printing and embossing to groundbreaking extremes. They'll also find information on the latest design techniques for incorporating film clips, interviews and live interactive events into a dynamic site that is functional as well as engaging. The final section explores the newest trends in magazine publishing that blend print with disk for an exciting, multimedia approach to communicating. Each design offers generous captions highlighting the production process and initial concept, in addition to insightful commentary from the actual designer.
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Globalvision

Author: Roger Walton

Publisher: Hearst Book International

ISBN: 9780688163938

Category: Design

Page: 203

View: 7446

Typographics 3 gathers graphic design examples and compiles them into this collection that offers a truly global perspective on the cutting edge of visual communications and innovation.
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Global Vision

Author: Roger Walton

Publisher: Collins Design

ISBN: 9780688179731

Category: Design

Page: 203

View: 3698

A collection of graphic design brought together from a broad range of work including posters, CD design, book and magazine design, stationery and corporate work as well as website and CD ROM design. It shows the latest trends in visual communication and serves as a touchstone for groundbreaking graphic design.
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Author: Roger Walton

Publisher: HarperDes

ISBN: 9780688178758

Category: Design

Page: 448

View: 6390

Typography is a fundamental element of all forms of design, endless in its variety and application.As such, it's a topic that inspires debate and discussion among design professionals, teachers, and students. To aid in this discourse, The Big Book of Typographics 1 & 2 brings together the most exciting and experimental work from typographers the world over—leading designers with international standing, new independent groups at the forefront of modern design, and gifted students from a range of major colleges alike. The book's attractive flip-format emphasizes different themes to the showcased works: the first section presents innovative font design and textual and compositional type usage; the second, looks at type inspired by magazines' churning information flow, freed from the constraints of the conventional printed pages' usual linear narrative. Provocative and compelling, The Big Book of Typographics 1 & 2 is an excellent, extensive resource for everybody creating or commissioning graphic design.
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Author: Roger Walton

Publisher: Hand Book Press

ISBN: 9780688179908

Category: Design

Page: 203

View: 5333

As the use of the Internet increases, so does the influence of electronic media on print design. This showcase celebrates the stylistic melding of these two mediums, presenting designers, students and creative professionals with more than 200 provocative examples. Each design is featured in a large, full-color layout which includes details on the designer, client, purpose, stylistic analysis and specs.
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