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Poster: Nicholas Kis and the Janson typeface
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Poster: John Baskerville
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Poster on Music
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Type in Motion poster - This summer I attended the poster workshop at The Basel School of Design, in Switzerland. The project consisted of designing a poster for an exhibition about typography in motion, in Zürich. The process for this solution included constructing a "model" with cardboard sticks and photographing it in a variety of ways to achieve depth, and a sense of movement. I thought it would be interesting to express motion by having the outlines of the letterforms—not the entire letters—do all the movement.
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design and music - This is an exploration of confluence between music and graphic design. These posters are the visual result of a process that balances logic, chance and intuition. Full description and corresponding music tracks at http://raulpg.com/archives/1175
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design and music - This is an exploration of confluence between music and graphic design. These posters are the visual result of a process that balances logic, chance and intuition. Full description and corresponding music tracks at http://raulpg.com/archives/1175
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design and music - This is an exploration of confluence between music and graphic design. These posters are the visual result of a process that balances logic, chance and intuition. Full description and corresponding music tracks at http://raulpg.com/archives/1175
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interpretative poster - This poster visualizes a short story in a unique, non-literal manner. The idea is to enrich, rather than re-tell. In this way, the mystery of the original text isn't diminished. Text for story and more details at http://raulpg.com/archives/1085.
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Poster on Music
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interpretative poster - This poster visualizes a short story in a unique, non-literal manner. The idea is to enrich, rather than re-tell. In this way, the mystery of the original text isn't diminished. Text for story and more details at http://raulpg.com/archives/1085.
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interpretative poster - This poster visualizes a short story in a unique, non-literal manner. The idea is to enrich, rather than re-tell. In this way, the mystery of the original text isn't diminished. Text for story and more details at http://raulpg.com/archives/1085.
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Poster on Music
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On the experience of designing
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Cards on light and shadows
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