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4 pages d’un folder d’Hypermarché dont les prix ont été convertis en temps de travail sur base du revenu net moyen (Belgique année 2010) d’un Chômeur, d’un Employé et d’un Cadre avec du Comic Sans parce que c’est plus amusant - partie2

4 pages d’un folder d’Hypermarché dont les prix ont été convertis en temps de travail sur base du revenu net moyen (Belgique année 2010) d’un Chômeur, d’un Employé et d’un Cadre avec du Comic Sans parce que c’est plus amusant - partie1

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timoarnall:

No smartphones symbol.
Traditionally ‘no phone’ signs have meant no phone calls, but there’s a new predominant cultural use of phones, which is poking at the internet through touch screens. We should be able to address this behaviour too if we need to, in cinemas or theatres for example.
Go ahead, download and use it: PDF / EPS / high-res PNG.
No Rights Reserved: to the extent possible under law,  Timo arnall has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the ‘No smartphones symbol’.

timoarnall:

No smartphones symbol.

Traditionally ‘no phone’ signs have meant no phone calls, but there’s a new predominant cultural use of phones, which is poking at the internet through touch screens. We should be able to address this behaviour too if we need to, in cinemas or theatres for example.

Go ahead, download and use it: PDF / EPS / high-res PNG.

No Rights Reserved: to the extent possible under law, Timo arnall has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the ‘No smartphones symbol’.

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in your face, Hollywood !

in your face, Hollywood !

czapski - marcel proust mind map

czapski - marcel proust mind map

typeworship:

Generative Types II: Sound Type

Following on from my recent “Grow your own typeface” post, I spoke to Joscha Ilge who also studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden. 

Joscha collaborated with Anita Hohensee to produce these gorgeous sound influenced typographic experiments. Each focused on a different principles.

In the top image, the Joscha’s type is altered by tones, much like a graphic equalizer. In Anita’s below, a typeface have been transformed by a whole song.

The course was lead by prof. Jörg Waldschütz, who invited Cedric Kiefer from the agency Onformative to help students with the early programming aspects until they were comfortable progressing on their own. 

I love the way the line work seems to thrust from the epicentre of each character like an explosion.

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