I love this. It has a great tranquil, soft beauty.first of all it reminds of the clipping mask tool in Illustrator.secondly,I love the simple black & white color scheme.I especially love how the only thing black are the tree branches,so with the white fill of the A & the white background,it's creating great negative space all over.
I couldn't find out who designed this, but it's a very well done illustration. It really looks as if it has true depth. It seems to be done with pencil and ink. What really attracted me to this was the detail and time it must have taken to plan out something like this. It has so much shape and dimension, it's practically alive.
This example of typography is very effective as the artist has played with the letters of the world to form an image of this word, this allows people to explore the image in more detail and depth and creates a greater understanding of the image.
Let's indeed talk about type! :) Three words stacked on top of one another and getting larger towards the bottom. The curves are a nice touch, creating flowing movement in the piece. I like how everything is a neutral grey/white color except for the bright yellow-green of "type". It is a very nice contrast. The designer is Nick Keppol. #typography