1) About:Posters inspired by airline tickets 2)Hierarchy: 1.Location 2. Airline 3.Flight number 4.Type as texture 3) Title: All caps in center 4) Typefaces: 1 sans serif & 1 serif in different weights & sizes 5) Colors: each poster is limited to black, white, gray, and an accent color (red, blue, green, yellow) 6) Unknown designer
Branding // Claridge's Hotel. London-based branding and graphic design studio Construct designed this graceful brand identity for Claridge’s Hotel. The new design conveys a touch of Art Deco and timeless glamour. Claridge’s crest has been revised and a new sophisticated typeface has been used for the logotype to emphasize the hotel’s elegance. Construct have already created more than 200 different products for the hotel.
I think this is a great combination of fashion photography and typography. What I found most interesting about it, is the way that the curve of the "J" isn't lost in the arm of the model. They work as one image rather than separately.
What can be more lovely than a wedding, an intimate invitation, a gift from the heart? One whose presentation uses the warm and welcoming family of typefaces, Adorn. With a modern and sometimes quirky twist on the staid, almost corporate look of formal invitations, this family of lettering typefaces arms designers with a breathtakingly large number of faces that work harmoniously, despite the distinctiveness of each. Even larger and more multilayered than Worthington’s award-winning…
Typographic research and experimentation helps familiarise students with typeface 'personalities' and meaning, encouraging students to understand what is appropriate for their design. Here Jess explores the effects of multiple typefaces and experiments with stencil work, helping her develop an original, hand-drawn font. Logo graphics have been hand-drawn and scanned, rather than computer-generated, allowing her to quickly experiment with detailed patterns, colours and shapes.