This is a rough screen shot of my infographic i’m working on. I have a little more i’d like to work on, but our critique is today, so here it is!
I zoomed in on some of the sections to show some of the text detail. Again, this is a rough image, and personally i think it looks a heck of a lot better printed and on my screen. Kinda murky here.
And one more zoom, just cause i really like type.
Some spacing issues, but i’m excited about it. and it’s true size is HUGE 32×40 or something odd.
So! For this project, we had to take our last 3 artists and create an imaginary art show. We picked the space, the details, the everything. I chose a for sale Gallery, Cafe and Garden downtown in Milwaukee. I picked a space that could be outdoor and focused on the coffee aspect to tie all three artists together with the title “Common Ground”. I picked colors that i thought all three artists would relate to, and type to mimic the modern industrial feel of the space in which the art would be displayed.
This is the back of the postcard.
This would be the actual 11×17 poster.
And this would be the front of the postcard.
Todays update on the 2 page spread. please be kind, its just a screen shot.
whilst scrolling endlessly through tumblr today, i stumbled upon this little number and i fell in love. It’s everything i love in a font, character, small details, a little bit wonky. i love it.
Paris : The Fashionable TypeFace by Moshik Nadav
Inspired by the world of fashion Moshik Nadav creates the stylish typeface ‘Paris’. The typeface was made with the hopes that it would become popular and used heavily in fashion publications as well as luxury clothing brands. Paris is available in 9 different styles that are available on Nadav’s Personal website