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GEMMA O’BRIEN — LetterCult

lou reed ‘set the twilight reeling’ poster by stefan sagmeister, 1996 - I like the way the lines of typography are curved to show the shape of the face.

Typography / Albert Einstein

This is an extremely effective and intricate typographic design. The artist must have spent a lot of time finding words and phrases that describe Einstein and spent even more time arranging the text. black and white (and shades of grey) and the same font

Lou Reed poster, 1996 click here: http://www.sagmeisterwalsh.com/work/project/lou-reed-poster/

Inspirational and intriguing designer Stefan Sagmeister is recognized with a 2013 AIGA Medal for his unorthodox, provocative designs that tweak the status quo and question the designer’s role in society.

Contemporary American political poster. A stylized portrait of Barack Obama from 2008 election, designed by graphic designer and illustrator, Shepard Fairey. It captures a fusion of both art and design. It’s very graphic yet has a painterly quality with nice composition and bold colors. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing but it expresses a sense of patriotism and hope.

Pop Art: Poster of Obama's 2008 Presidential campaign designed by Shepard Fairey. The poster uses a stylised stencil portrait of Obama in solid red, beige and blue with the words 'hope', 'progress' or 'change' at the bottom

RIP- Lou Reed (1942-2013)

Rock legend Lou Reed dies at 71

Stephan Sagmeister

I was lucky enough this weekend to hear Stefan Sagmeister speak at the Cheltenham design festival. Quite simply one of the most creative minds I've come across.

SILHOUETTES – Lettering by Pommel Lane #calligraphy #handlettering #typography in Type

Silhouette and text inspiration. An unconventional silhouette. Titled: A Lettering Series by Pommel Lane

One of my favorite directors of all time Alfred Hitchcock

hueandsaturation: “ The Daily Beast cover illustration. Alfred Hitchcock: The Psycho Genius of Hollywood. “To say he’s making a comeback would be misleading, because he never went away. Alfred Hitchcock’s place in the pantheon of great directors has.