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by Herb Lubalin – 1969

Love Poems for the Very Married [Hardcover] Lois Wyse (Author)

Herb Lubalin monogram.

Monogram - I really like the classic script font. Would consider implementing this style into my own logo design. I like that it still looks modern and not preppy.

Herb Lubalin - Examples of colourful Avante Garde pieces on print. I really like the bold background colours used to help bring the text to the forefront.

Herb Lubalin - Examples of colourful Avante Garde pieces on print. I really like the bold background colours used to help bring the text to the forefront.

// Vintage Fonts: 35 Adverts From the Past

Vintage Fonts: 35 Adverts From the Past

How did you fare on AIGA’s Ultimate Typography Quiz? For all the questions you missed, educate yourself with the answer sheet below:

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filed under herb lubalin, typography After graduating in Herb Lubalin had a difficult time finding work; he was fired from his job at a display firm after requesting a two dollar raise on his weekly eight dollar salary.

A 1959 trade-journal ad promoting the work of the advertising firm Sudley & Hennessey, where Lubalin worked from 1945 until 1964

Designer for the Age of Austerity: Adrian Shaughnessy on Herb Lubalin's Life and Work

Let’s talk type. This is typical of Lubalin’s work: a stark, bold layout—with bespoke lettering, combined to create a stunning composition. It’s A 1959 trade-journal ad, promoting the work of the advertising firm Sudley & Hennessey,.

By Matt Ottdal http://stickerobot.com/blog/die-cut-stickers/awesome-custom-die-cut-sticker-typography/

Sticker Typography by Mats Ottdal, via Behance Everything about this design is me. The popping colors, varieties of text with a retro sticker fee, bold overlapping. I just love all of these.

Beards, cropped and color shifted from a design by Herb Lubalin | By Will, via Flickr

Harris Lewine (art Director) Tom Carnase (Letterer) Book Jacket for Beards this would have been awesome if the the eyes and beard were the same weight

Tom Carnase has created some of the most iconic logotypes for Brooks Brothers, Saks Fifth Avenue and Calvin Klein, just to name a few. He also worked along side Herb Lubalin and helped him create the popular Avant Garde typeface. Some of his lettering work is displayed here, but I recommend that you do a Google search to see all of his great pieces.

Tom Carnase

Tom Carnase has created some of the most iconic logotypes for Brooks Brothers, Saks Fifth Avenue and Calvin Klein, just to name a few. He also worked along side Herb Lubalin and helped him create the popular Avant Garde typeface.

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