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yes we drop: noviembre 2010

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Zero is a sans-serif display typographic system.This font is geometric and grid-based, the same grid is used to design all the glyphs, “W” and “M” apart.It's suitable for titles, posters and also logos.Available for commercial use.Oh yeah it's free!…

Zero is a sans-serif display typographic system.This font is geometric and grid-based, the same grid is used to design all the glyphs, “W” and “M” apart.It's suitable for titles, posters and also logos.Available for commercial use.Oh yeah it's free!…

Hierarchical Typography A cook book with 3 recipes of traditional Japanese cuisine. Concept: This recipe book was created using a grid system and all sans serif typefaces. Created with a clean and simple design, catching the true style of the culture. InDesign

Hierarchical Typography A cook book with 3 recipes of traditional Japanese cuisine. Concept: This recipe book was created using a grid system and all sans serif typefaces. Created with a clean and simple design, catching the true style of the culture. InDesign

Sans-Serif type experiment by Billy Sawyer

An experiment with sans-serif type using a simple grid system, using lines and circles by Billy Sawyer

BAUR by Hofmann, Armin | Shop original vintage posters online: www.internationalposter.com

"BAUR" by Hofmann, Armin Again, the grid system is clear. The sans-serif typefaces and black & white photography are tell tales of the Swiss Movement.

Switzerland... birthplace of one of the most widely used san serif typefaces

I think the concept is great, but I don't particularly like the design. I think a proper grid system needs to be put in place!

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What began as an assignment for a small set of animated backgrounds for Adana Twins’ live performances became a redesign of their visual identity and continuous set of six-hour-long visuals. Based on their existing logo, simple shapes were extracted and combined with a multitude of animated 3D textures to create alternating rhythmic patterns. A coherent branding was developed based on the combination of serif and sans-serif typography, a flexible grid system, and easy implementation…

What began as an assignment for a small set of animated backgrounds for Adana Twins’ live performances became a redesign of their visual identity and continuous…

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Shapes & Symbols

I Love Ligatures / Misztótfalusi Museum by Balint Bernhardt (via Dribbble)

Sarah Gorman Personal Identity | I first designed the logo, then used it to compose a unique grid system and composition for the business cards so each would be different. I then used variations on that system to inform the rest of the pieces. To capture my sharp yet whimsical personality and design aesthetic, I combined the subtle curves of a serif typeface with the bold, clean lines of a sans serif and used warm, neutral tones with an unexpected pop of color. | Image 4 of 6

Sarah Gorman Personal Identity | I first designed the logo, then used it to compose a unique grid system and composition for the business cards so each would be different. I then used variations on that system to inform the rest of the pieces. To capture my sharp yet whimsical personality and design aesthetic, I combined the subtle curves of a serif typeface with the bold, clean lines of a sans serif and used warm, neutral tones with an unexpected pop of color. | Image 4 of 6

Sarah Gorman Personal Identity | I first designed the logo, then used it to compose a unique grid system and composition for the business cards so each would be different. I then used variations on that system to inform the rest of the pieces. To capture my sharp yet whimsical personality and design aesthetic, I combined the subtle curves of a serif typeface with the bold, clean lines of a sans serif and used warm, neutral tones with an unexpected pop of color. | Image 6 of 6

Sarah Gorman Personal Identity | I first designed the logo, then used it to compose a unique grid system and composition for the business cards so each would be different. I then used variations on that system to inform the rest of the pieces. To capture my sharp yet whimsical personality and design aesthetic, I combined the subtle curves of a serif typeface with the bold, clean lines of a sans serif and used warm, neutral tones with an unexpected pop of color. | Image 6 of 6

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