For those of you that enjoyed the Cassandre Font that I posted yesterday, here are a collection of his fantastic Art Deco posters.
Posts Tagged ‘ Art ’
Awesome poster for the International Ocean Exposition in Japan 1975 by Kazumasa Nagai, which perfectly blends modern design with traditional Japanese art.
I like the catalogue for the Chaos & Classicism exhibition at the Guggenheim designed by Pentagram’s Abbot Miller. The catalogue is fairly standard in it’s layout with large photos of the artwork and two column text with plenty of white space. However, it is the typography that catches my eye, using Peter Bil’ak’s History, paring a very light and open geometric sans-serif with a classical serifed didot. This is very appropriate for the title Chaos and Classicism.
The latest issue of Creative Revue, which is nicely laid out with several grids and good typography.
Beautiful posters on Sam Myth’s Flickr photostream
Great rebranding of Arts United. The new monogram initials are well executed in a nicely rounded 3D block format that does not rely on gradients. I also like the use of an Art Deco inspired sans-serif for the type. The type is also nicely aligned and balanced.
via Arts United Unites.
An interesting looking book examining the use of computer programming in design and art. The book’s layouts are well designed, giving a computer feel like Wired magazine and also an art book look.