1. Gill Sans has it a serif sans typeface where here at the first picture it’s showing the letter “g” in a red colour and a grey line at the back of the font, I think it does combine all this colours together because the “g” colour red stands out. I know this is much information for a postcard because this image its a poster and gives more information about the typeface.
It does gives me the idea to make the letter “g” with a different colour and composition and be able to play around with the information inside “g” typeface.
I really like the elements between the small “M” by showing how its instructed between the “g” font.
2. It’s a visual poster where it shows the meaning of how Gill Sans font was used by the train station (underground) and this picture shows a variety ways to introduce the font in writing which I think its really interesting how its made and then the information of Gill sans its located on the right bottom side where its clear to read.
I really like the idea because it has many colours in it which attracts to the audience and gives an attention to start looking at it and how creative it because the underground line it’s combining with the Gill sans font at the same time.
3. This is a postcard where once again communicating people with a graphic train from where Gill Sans was influenced and created. It made right colours of how the London underground is made but here is showing the each characteristics of the typeface.
It is simple and visualize graphic to demonstrate the alphabetical, numerical and characteristic of the Typeface.
4.This poster gives a right structure developing a communication with the “g” font once again showing part of the London underground with the red line across the curve of the “g”.
The combination to this poster has a clear understanding and simple with a white background and easy to read the information of the font. This example does gives me the idea to play around with the letter “g” on my postcards.
5.The fifth and sixth posters gave me the first impression how its made the forth one it has with the signal from the London underground mixing with the “g” font below the “London underground signal” which gives a good example of it and adding the information of the font inside the font I know it can be simple but it lets you know that the Gill Sans typeface was developed from the London underground by also reading the information containing in there.
The sixth poster it’s also choosing the letter “g” but its mixing it with the letter “a” and “R”, I don’t really think it suits together because it’s separately and the red background don’t let you read clear the information on it which is hard to read since not every people read with a strong background colour.
5. On the last image it’s a different angle type and gives three different colours that does suit with each font and it’s clear to understand. As you see it’s use with Capital letter “G” and upper case “ill” combining along the information containing vertical upside down. I like how it’s made and looks accurate in each side of the font and hidden words where it says sans.