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Designer- Unknown I like the concept of overlapping type. In this piece, the overlapping type looks a bit chaotic, but still has harmony. Maybe because all of the text is cluttering into one spot. Source: pinterest #typographyoster #overlappingtype

I like the concept of overlapping type. In this piece, the overlapping type looks a bit chaotic, but still has harmony. Maybe because all of the text is cluttering into one spot.

Desde la unidad, la armonía, el balance y la proporción, estos son algunos de los principios básicos utilizados en diseño que se aplican a los elementos y que de cierta manera determinan el éxito del trabajo final. Conoce cómo aplicarlos gloriosamente a continuación.

The 6 Principles of Design / Infographic / pointers / unity and harmony / balance / hierarchy / scale and proportion / dominance / emphasis / similarity and contrast

"THE DARK SIDE OF THE FOOD - Dark Version," by Andrea Spinazzola

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Love this typeface in general. Really enjoying the different sizes and negative space used here.

I really enjoy the varying sizes of the letterforms and the use of negative space. There is of interesting elements at play here but also enough breathing room for the eye. The color palette is also appealing.

Garamond Poster on Behance

Garamond Poster on Behance Couldn't backtrack and find the creator of this design. I picked this design because of the tonal quality of it.

Futura type specimen poster by Philip Berggren

I really enjoy the soundboard effect that was used behind the word "futura". This poster gives me a very modern and neat feel while also bringing the futuristic features life. Futura type specimen poster by Philip Berggren

Bodoni Type Specimen - jilliancoorey.com

Designer- Unknown I love how this poster plays with color and shape. Since the poster i mostly white and gray, the yellow parts really stand out and ad emphasize to the larger letters.