typeworship:

Following on from my last post about the forthcoming Century: 100 Years of Type In Design exhibition, here’s a sneak peek from Pentagram of Abbott Miller’s exhibition logo. 
The final “C” will cycle through hundreds of Monotype typefaces and is split into segments and animated to move like the minute hand on a clock. Although it’s quite reminiscent of a spider’s web, I like the concept.

typeworship:

Following on from my last post about the forthcoming Century: 100 Years of Type In Design exhibition, here’s a sneak peek from Pentagram of Abbott Miller’s exhibition logo.

The final “C” will cycle through hundreds of Monotype typefaces and is split into segments and animated to move like the minute hand on a clock. Although it’s quite reminiscent of a spider’s web, I like the concept.

(Source: new.pentagram.com)

  • me: does this look better one pixel to the left or one pixel to the right
  • me: I can't decide between these two incredibly similar colors
  • me: should this be on overlay or soft light
  • me: 75% OR 74% OPACITY

(Source: alecwiens)

goodtypography:

Florida Wine Festival Typography Poster
Created by Connor Shamet

goodtypography:

Florida Wine Festival Typography Poster

Created by Connor Shamet

designwithfood:

Good Food Restaurant Identity
- Alberto J. Saorin

(Source: behance.net)

itsbearowitz:

noelanthony:

seraphica:

Blood of Grapes: wine bottles

Sickest bottles

I would buy this and I hate wine.

“All I want to say is, people lighten up. The style guide can’t solve all your problems. You are never going to have all code compliant. Use the style guide when it helps, ignore it when it’s in the way.”
the ever-reasonable Guido van Rossum (via cubicle17)
“Design is never as easy as it looks from the outside.”