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Minimalistic science posters

Mumbai-based graphic designer Kapil Bhagat presents a different take on science with his typographic poster series, featuring names of famous scientists drawn in minimalist and witty style.

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Insomnia

"LOGO TYPE POSSIBILITY" The closed eye acts as the substitute for the two letters 'e' sitting in the word. The use of the eyes effectively communicate the meaning of "sleep"

The Design Vault i love this. its simple, yet powerful. and no illustration needed because the text itself becomes the illustration of a seagull that represents and symbolizes freedom

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How Corporate Logos Evolve

How Famous Logos Have Changed Over Time

How Corporate Logos Evolve infographic. This shows how recognizable logos have evolved over time. Logos like Shell and BMW have remained pretty much the same. Brands like Xerox, Pepsi, and IBM have modernized their corporate logos.

Embellished Word Aesthetic: the artist used the symbols from a player to add to the meaning. The symbols represent the missing letters. It's legible and it still reads perfectly.

Embellished Word Aesthetic: the artist used the symbols from a player to add to the meaning. The symbols represent the missing letters. It's legible and it still reads perfectly.

i like the background color being dark, not just a smile white background. It brings out the moons as i's very well.

This example uses visual punctuation by having the dots of the "i"s brightened while the rest of the background is dark, implying that the dots are open eyes.

Say yes

Typography and font ideas and inspiration. Love this yellow say yes typographic poster. Sometimes, being creative just feels impossible. Here's how to make it possible again. Powerful grey and black bold font on yellow background.

Sad Truth: To Become Yourself You Have To Break Up With A Few Friends

Nothing Lasts Forever. Clever Wall Installation: by Austrain artist and visual poet, Anatol Knotek

A clever play on words typography poster found on Pinterest

This logotype illustrates freedom literally by having the op half of the M fly off like a bird. The logotype uses the comparison of birds and freedom as a message. This logotype is effective in communicating meaning.

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