Great work from Sofia based designer.
“An Idea Everyday” is a fantastic series of typography oriented posters created by Graphic Designer Bram Vanhaeren. In his own words :
” Bram Vanhaeren challenged himself to create a typography treatment everyday! How long = unknown. Why? Making interesting quotes fun to read and remember. Instead of boring Times New Roman, Bram started to share ideas that everyone understood in a fun way. A simple, creative solution in sharing ideas.
Enjoy the journey from a young digital artist, on a mission to find creativity! “
Enjoy this dose of inspiration, and hope this ignites the desire to challenge oneself to reach the next level of artistic accomplishment.
Originally I was thinking about doing a blog post about the surf culture, but then I found David Carson, a famous graphic designer, typograph and a surfer from San Diego, CA.
He was one of the world‘s top 8 surfers with 14 and studied graphic design with 24. His style is to have no style. Which is actually not true because he has a unique style.
He works without any rules and shows a different view of pictures and typography. His books „ the end of print“ and „ the end of print 2“ are creativ and inspiring.
David Carson a typograph, designer and surfer, he had an impact on graphic design and he always will have.
It’s something that we use every day. It’s part of our way of life. It can even determine the way we view things. Typography is a big part of our culture and can determine the way we interact on a daily basis. Every day applications ask for good typography, to the point that half the time, we won’t even realize it because it’s incorporated into our day-to-day life.
I’m not going to go into the do’s or don’ts of typography, or the ways that things should or shouldn’t be represented. What I want to touch upon is the way in which typography is used within video.
I’m honored to present you with this interview featuring Jeff Osborne. Jeff’s blend of styles and medias, personal and commercial projects gives the viewers a surprise with every piece he publishes. I had the chance to discuss some of the inner workings and concepts behind his work and passion for design, and Jeff’s been very kind in sharing so much great insight. I hope you’ll all enjoy this little chat and take away something valuable to your own work.
In the world of design and illustration there are certain people with the ability to bring meaning to words outside of what they say and turning them into works of art.
They are the Type Kings.