Garamond Type Poster by Melody Shar; The use of few colors creates a simple, clean, and modern look. The "B" acts as a divider between different sections and lets the viewer travel his/her eyes between the sections.
This is a poster I found for my Typography class where we are about to start designing posters, I like how this design uses large orange letters that contrast from the black background, the cluttered letters create interesting shapes.
This project explored the concept of bedlam in relation to the forms of torturous water treatment historically practiced at the Bethlem Hospital of London. I designed the poster using watercolor, a brush, ink, and a typewriter.
I like the slight hidden message in this. Even with this however it is still easy to read and understand. The lettering is formal and smart, as though its a news column piece of text but the clean breaks and slight movement keep it fun and interesting.
londondesignz: “Galaxy Type by Romain Roger Although they have been knocking around for a while, I’ve only just discovered this series called “Galaxy Type Posters”, in which designer Romain Roger gets.