typographic poster

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Marco Oggian   |   http://marcoggian.info

“If you look around you’ll see immediately that: Futura is totally the new Helvetica.”

Marco is a a young nuclear physicist. He has worked ever since with a wide range of project within logo creation, illustration, branding identity, font design and typography, photo shooting, fair stand creation and many more. Clients include Computer Arts Magazine, True Color Films, Volcom, BMW Italia, Brekka, CreativeDa Korea and Ten Dollar Fonts.

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Quote of the week - 24/03/2014

Risa Rodil   |   http://risarodil.com

Risa Angela F. Rodil is a 20 year old designer/illustrator from Manila. She graduated from De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde with a Bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Arts. She specializes in graphic design, illustration, web design and typography.

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Sans Serif Prints by Daniel Barkle

“I have designed a collection of typography posters, devoted to a selection of notorious Sans Serif typefaces that have heavily influenced me since I began designing. My recent trip to the ‘Bauhaus Archiv’ in Berlin inspired me to explore the form of typefaces and to research the history of typographers.”

Daniel Barkle is a graduate of Graphic Communication from Bath Spa University. Currently he works as a junior graphic designer at Dyson. He enjoys all areas of design, particularly typography, animation and print. The one thing he can say about himself is that he has an appetite for creating honest, innovative design - loving everything about the career path he has chosen to go into and wanting to make a great impact wherever he may be.

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Jilly Jack Designs    |    Website    |    Etsy Shop

A ZILLION YEARS: that’s how long Jill claims she’s been a graphic designer. She’s been in this graphic game since graduating college, working mostly for major corporate brands–pumping out logos and print ads and what not. She wanted to get back to creating things that made her happy. Things that were, dare we say, just plain cute. So with a lifelong love for stationery and letterpress, she decided to go down the route of pretty papers and vintage presses. And while her three presses may be antique, her style is all modern.

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