The first picture “Take a walk and see poster” -> http://flickrhivemind.net/User/hkapeman/Interesting
It’s formed with a photo message using a kind of collage which looks simple but attracted it to it means that I would like to experience a bit of my own pictures to give the message of “Typographic walk along the strand”.
Second picture “Design walk poster” -> http://log.georgiougavrilakis.com/clients/design-walk/
Really interested me because seems a delicate poster to design using the typography information “cut out”. Gives me the idea to do something similar to my posters but instead of using the colour background use pictures that I took from the trip by using a combination of typeface by using “block baby teeth” made from Milton Glaser.
Third picture “Alphabet poster” -> http://www.graphicdirt.com/tag/typography/page/3/
It’s creative how each alphabet typeface it’s made by boxes of cardboard selecting different texture to give the right shape to the typeface. It looks like it’s used from the block baby teeth typography.
Fourth picture “x tra train poster” -> http://chloedunnedesign.typepad.com/cmyk/typography/
This work is from a talented Parisian designer, Philippe Apeloig I love how he tried to use like a hidden bits of typeface and reflected on vertical means it’s a way to show a different style and to understand what it means. The colour on each word gives an attraction to the poster which stand out and lets you visualise clear.
Fifth picture “Alphabet Photography poster” -> http://www.alphabetphotography.co.uk/product_posters.aspx
I know this a different style of poster from what I have chosen from the ones I got in here but on my project I have to use my photography as including typography but on this poster it made me want to explore a bit of imagination to do with my own photos and to transform a typeface. I think I could make it as black and white to show a bit of modern and historical moment of typeface.
Sixth picture “The shape of things to come poster” -> http://arkitipintel.com/2009/03/28/typographic-posters/
I like the idea how is cut out the bits of letters to transform a geometric typography using colours to define each letter and stands out, here is also another piece of creative using words with the “block baby teeth” typography where I have been inspired by Milton Glaser and love the fact that with his typeface can do lots of experiments as this poster.
Seventh picture “Hidden truth poster” -> http://christinakoehn.com/hidden_truth.html
This poster it’s more about contrast and spacing by hidden words to another to make it understand full, using a vertical and diagonal form applying to the information.
The fact is that is communicating with words and the colours make it outstanding to show as the tittle says “Hidden Truth” is hidden.
Eighth picture “A stanley kubrick’s clockwork orange poster” -> http://vernsgraphicdesign.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/graphic-design-ii-module-9-poster.html
I found this poster kind of interesting where it’s used the letter A as it looks a photograph inside the letter to expand the image and understanding about the poster.
As you can see this poster looks simple but at the same but I like the way it’s used to combine the image to the first line of the title but I’m not quite sure it does match to the second and third title which doesn’t match with the white background.