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Links 1 through 10 of 171 by Alberto Rigau tagged typography

Common to all of Finlay's diverse production is the inscription of language - words, invented or borrowed phrases and other semiotic devices - onto real objects and thus into the world. That language inhabits, for Finlay, a material or real dimension gives rise to the two seemingly opposed but signal characteristics of his work

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"Philip K. Dick fans from around the world have contributed to this scanned collection of over 650 PKD book covers. We think you will enjoy seeing the many visual interpretations of his stories presented here"

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A great look to one of those documents which we always see, complain about, but never do anything…

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An interesting graphic design portfolio.

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Foundry with some interesting letterforms

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Designing Wayfinding systems? Be sure to read up these guides to help those who need better accessibility.

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Compelling visual compositions that make up the garamond typeface.

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Handcrafted with love by Brigham Young University (BYU) design students and faculty, for Typophile Film Fest 5. A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real—no computer generated (CG) effects!

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Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective
A collaboration between Yale University Art Gallery, MASS MoCA, and the Williams College Museum of Art

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