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How to Use the Golden Ratio to Create Gorgeous Graphic Designs [by Company Folders -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com

How to Use the Golden Ratio to Create Gorgeous Graphic Designs [by Company Folders -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com

Desktop Publishing a Great Layout. What a useful article! #InDesign #QuarkXPress #Design

Desktop Publishing a Great Layout. What a useful article! #InDesign #QuarkXPress #Design

Dividing a segment in n parts in a medieval, yet late-modern, fashion.

Dividing a segment in n parts in a medieval, yet late-modern, fashion.

the grid

the grid

Musica Viva poster by Joseph Muller-Brockman 1958

Musica Viva poster by Joseph Muller-Brockman 1958

Jan Tschichold - Google keresés

Jan Tschichold - Google keresés

Dolphin 2, 1935, Dwiggins title page via interrobang letterpress, http://www.flickr.com/photos/interrobang918/sets/72157629364533657/with/6894347691/ The American answer to Britain's “Fleuron”, the journal is packed with profusely illustrated articles by a who's who of movers and shakers in the book-making, typographic and biblio-scholarly milieu of the golden age of publishing in the 1930s.

Dolphin 2, 1935, Dwiggins title page via interrobang letterpress, http://www.flickr.com/photos/interrobang918/sets/72157629364533657/with/6894347691/ The American answer to Britain's “Fleuron”, the journal is packed with profusely illustrated articles by a who's who of movers and shakers in the book-making, typographic and biblio-scholarly milieu of the golden age of publishing in the 1930s.

different compositions poster design - Google Search

different compositions poster design - Google Search

canon Jan Tschichold - Buscar con Google

canon Jan Tschichold - Buscar con Google

The format is a root 2 rectangle and the square of the rectangle pierces the lowest circle. As with all of Müller-Brockmann's work the elements are in proportion to each other and aligned according to plan.

The format is a root 2 rectangle and the square of the rectangle pierces the lowest circle. As with all of Müller-Brockmann's work the elements are in proportion to each other and aligned according to plan.