A Grotesk Love Affair
Good designers like fonts. Great designers find them physically arousing.
With this thought in mind, designers Ryan Atkinson and Stephan De Lange and their everlasting love affair with Grotesk fonts decided to democratically determine which one got designers’ juices flowing the most.
They designed a poster inviting people to vote, with the promise that their name would appear on the final product, and posted it on various design blogs and social media sites.
This information was then translated into statistical data, and used as the basis for the design, where we used typographical grids to layout all the information.
Type that makes you moist…
Poster Tribune is a bi-anual newspaper devoted to posters. It contains 12 pages of illustrated articles and 3 posters (65 cm x 96 cm). Posters are equally artistic creations, communication tools and witnesses to social, commercial and artistic trends from specific periods. Poster Tribune examines such posters and breathes new life into these short-lived street exhibitions. Through these articles, Poster Tribune promotes the international and Swiss contemporary graphic scene, and reports on the poster’s history and latest news.
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Raw Design asked a host of designers to submit a Pantone reference to a colour that they felt summed up the festive season.
The top 12 Christmas colours are:
Quality Street (Guy Moorhouse)
Sprouts (John Dowling)
Yellow snow (Nick Greenwood)
Mulled wine (Tash Willcocks)
End of the Sellotape (Pete Clarke)
Park Lane & Mayfair (Jez Burrows)
Bank balance (Tom Heaton)
Granny’s whiskers (Jordan Nelson)
After Eights (Shane Phillips)
Bucks Fizz (Gil Cocker)
Pigs in blankets (Sean Rees)
Walking in the Air (Kelly Mackenzie)