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November 30, 2016 in 3 Visual Language, information design, typography


I took some of your advice on the…

November 28, 2016 in typography

I took some of your advice on the poster here are two adapted versions. Please let me know what you think. Thank you. It is so hard to get all the letterforms to jel well when they are large and condensed. letterform7letterform6

Options for the poster

November 27, 2016 in typography

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Option 3


Looking forward to the feedback. Thanks.

Image Post

November 27, 2016 in typography


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November 21, 2016 in typography

Book covers

Book covers




Type H poster

November 21, 2016 in typography


Type H poster. Not sure about the position of the dates!

Book covers

November 21, 2016 in typography

Would love some feedback on my book covers—particularly the positioning of the applied text, which I shifted left. The large letterforms will be screenprinted in a variety of colorways (some examples shown here); I’m not sure if the final product will be four different colorways or all the same.





4 book covers

November 21, 2016 in typography


Hej. I need a bit guidance to my book-covers. I was thinking letterpress…but the tricky part is the letters is in white. Do i scan them afterwards and reverse it. Or will digital print be better? I wanna print them on thick white paper.

Typeface classification book covers

November 21, 2016 in typography

Let me know your thoughts on the screen print options for the book covers. Please imagine that the cream paper version has a white paper stock instead, and that I properly registered the neon over the white on the black one (my first attempt at doing that.) The one that looks like grey on black is actually silver.



Displaying posters

November 19, 2016 in 3 Visual Language, typography

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Consider how you might additionally show your posters in context. This is particularly good when creating a template website.

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