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Posts Tagged ‘ Alphabet ’

The A-Z Of Dance.


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Diesel wants you to dance, preferably while wearing their jeans. To advertise their Jogg jeans collection (an ultra-flexible jean-jersey hybrid), the brand has created an exciting montage of world-class dancers, strutting their stuff. The A-Z of Dance features the popular styles you know (twerking) and a bunch you’ve never heard of (Memphis Jookin? Whine?). The video will inspire you to bust a move, though if you want to look anything like the performers in this spot, you’re going to need more than a new pair of pants.

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Lighttype Fine Porceline Letters by Seletti


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Everything from an initial to the word or words of your choice. You are only limited by the alphabet…and the words you know how to spell. Such alphabet opens up opportunities for self-expression.

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PINCH Martin Tremblay – Human Typography


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Martin Tremblay is a photographer from Montreal, Canada. Also known under the name of Pinch, he shoots fashion, cultural and advertising images. Today we’re featuring a serie where he used human bodies to create a typography. The alphabet with aesthetic and truth seen through the eye of a true artist.

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Typography by Lo Siento


Spanish graphic design studio Lo Siento conceived the cover for japan’s +81 magazine, where the artist injects bubble wrap blisters with colored water to spell out the issue’s subject ‘next creativity’.  The work is amongst a diverse range of typographical explorations – moving beyond the traditional realm of 2D to design for various identities and projects. While further below, ‘4D type’ is one concept that sees the idea of lettering to become viewable from all angles, or ’empo’, which is an alphabet created as part of an identity for an osteopathy office informed by the human body. As for the album cover art for the band ‘pinker tones’, we can see the colorful use of more raised objects that create differ type designs and typographical explorations.

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