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Milton Glaser, Asylum Records. Again, another simplistic but powerful piece by Milton Glaser. I like this piece because it relates to the shapes workshop we did on Photoshop, he kept the colours minimal and the shapes simple which makes it a powerful piece, and again, the font is so simple and modern, and it creates unity with the logo shape.

Milton Glaser, Asylum Records Made solely of geometric shapes the piece shows Bauhaus influences. Is also very clean design like those of the Bauhaus movement

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Experiments in Perception. There is some geometric pictures in this shape, like squares and rectangles.

#263 Nineteen arcs (of the same length but different radii) – A new minimal geometric composition each day

Nineteen arcs (of the same length but different radii) – A new minimal geometric composition each day straight lines and arches in Labeling system (project

Kodak - one of the all-time classic "empty vessel" names, a name created to actually be just a name, to function as a tool. And it performed beautifully. Too bad they didn't keep up with that whole kooky "digital" thing, though...

A lovely vintage illustration on the box of a slide projector carousel by Kodak–which filed for bankruptcy protection today.

I love how simple this piece is. It's like a modern art piece. I like the balance of shapes and the contrast of bold and thin lines.

Typographic work by Charles Williams, on Creative Journal: a showcase of inspiring design, art, architecture and photography.

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