Sorry for the short hiatus but we’ve had a few deadlines and we took a super short vacation: we spent a weekend in Warsaw. While there, we visited the Type Directors Club exhibition in the Polish-Japanese Academy. The show was really small (it’s held in a lecture room) but we found a few interesting typographic designs that we wanted to share.
Below: Menil Collection Identity by Kristen Chon.
Complexity and Simplicity by HDU23 from Mainland China. This was lavishly printed with silver on black, which the photo doesn’t show but which really made the poster (this and the strong, clear composition).
Pango by Osborne Shiwan. We always like the combination of type and stylish sports photography.
Julliard School identity (fictional) by Karlo Fuertes Francisco. Type that (almost) sounds.
This poster by Srishti Jain from Savannah College of Art and Design immediately drew attention.
And finally some strong-as-always type posters by Paula Scher for Shakespeare in the Park. This only seems to get better with time.
If you in the area, drop by the exhibition and see for yourselves; it’s a short but interesting stop.