Sagmeister & Walsh turn reality into pop art props for department store campaign

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Paula scher

Designer, Paula Scher

Poster created by designers as an homage to the artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec on the anniversary of his death. Design by Paula Scher.

Musée d'Orsay — Jean Widmer & Bruno Monguzzi (1984); Jean Widmer modified (1986)

Musée d'Orsay — Jean Widmer & Bruno Monguzzi Jean Widmer modified Plus

Erik Spiekermann. "Bad design is Ubiquitous."

Typography is one of the most fascinating elements of graphic design. If it’s web design, album art, posters, or any other type of graphic design, typographical inspiration can be a great resource for designers.

Musée d'Orsay / via Andrea Dell'anna

Musée d’Orsay logo, designed in 1984 by Jean Widmer and Bruno Monguzzi; modified in 1986 by Jean Widmer

Uses the positioning of her face, and the places in which her body parts are to position the lettering almost perfectly. With the placing of the colours it makes a good piece that presents a message.

Play Hard par Sagmeister et Walsh

The Aizone Fall/Winter 2013 campaign is focused on bold colorful typography and positive and exuberant energy which reflects the dynamic, vibrant nature of the brand. by Sagmeister & Walsh,

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