Typographic posters on the Behance Network. Heredero de la obra de mi querido Cassandre.

Aron Jancso dynamic fashion way random composition with the use of my serifs, some basic forms and illustrator effects.

red dot online: corporate design

The project became a winner of Red dot award: communication design 2011 and a winner of New Museum Token design contest held by ACM (Association of cultural managers).The new visual identity of Museum of St. Petersburg Avant-garde, which is also the o…

Computer Arts 183 by mil3n, via Flickr

Was there an initial idea behind the development of Qalto? Qalto is intended to be a musical typeface. The initial idea was to achieve strong visual rhythm.

‘Seven Sins’ Poster Series by Alexey Malina

Designer Alexey Malina sent us these seven unique (and haunting) posters that illustrate the seven deadly sins, shown as geometric figures.

When the words claim for their space

You! Be Inspired! - Typographic Posters by Áron Jancsó

"Áron Jancsó, freelance graphic designer from Hungary. I'm a type addict. Building from scratch is how I like to work, sometimes even designing every single letter of a poster. My style is a blend of .

Typography by Áron Jancsó

A Caligrafia Digital de Áron Jancsó via @pristinaorg

Ensayo Fair by Royal Studio, via Behance

Nowadays, various graphic applications made all current poster designs possible. Such posters are equipped with different styles and layouts that paved way to

Lessons In Cool Color Psychology From Power Logo Designs [Infographic]

Colour Psychology in Logo Design

Melissa Baillache - Designer Poster for Sydney Dance Company Fundraising Ball. Beautiful, dynamic dancer graphics.

50 Stunningly Beautiful Geometric Patterns In Graphic Design

Spheres - circles - dots - orbs and spots used in design Melissa Baillache – Dance Noir: Mirror Ball. Invitation for Sydney Dance Company's annual fundraising ball

Enso - Zen symbol  Or more painterly? Or we all 'draw' an abstract symbol since that is the jist of the course

Enso - Zen symbol Or more painterly? Or we all 'draw' an abstract symbol since that is the jist of the course