Had planned on going a totally different direction with this, I feel like it’s a copout, but it’s what you get.
Time to catch up! It’s clearly I need to work on finding inspiration better – it’s easy to go straight to typography with numbers and I’ve been doing that a lot lately.
Alright, so I’m behind. I’ll be catching up tomorrow, so looks for a small slew of new posts.
This one seemed obvious to my. Modern logo design’s playfulness with typography has fascinated me as of late. I’ll probably do a whole month of typographic design.
I feel as though I’ve seen this treatment of the number seventeen in a Soviet-inspired poster. It’s tucked far enough in the back of my mind that there’s no real basis for this. I guess it could just as easily be an “n.”
We spent the day prepping for and celebrating the work of a great friend! In the downtime I had, I worked on this, the announcement of our beautiful baby girl. Photography by the inimitable Tina Sargeant.
From work I did with Faith In Action, now known as Elder Point Ministries.
This one’s a stock photo from sxc.hu. I’ve had trouble applying textures to text in CS4 – got that figured out now. I also wanted to delve into the transformation of text for the faded graffiti. I’d love to hear your hints and tips on that.
I’ll bet you thought I forgot! It’s day 12 and I wanted to see how easy grid creation was with pathfinder in AI. It’s easy.
Before manipulating the center objects, it was also a good experiment in the Hermann grid illusion
The connection between this image and the number for the day is very convoluted and a wee bit political; ask at your own risk…Who stand before you are my good friends, Jared Hart and Kevin Kelso, being photographed by Jared’s wife, Rachel.
The photograph, if I remember correctly, was taken by my sister, Allison Wengerd.
Done in between sets during my gig at Reunion Resort tonight…
I love the typography here. It’s a font called “brassiere.”
What do you think?
I wanted to recreate the look of this international year of astronomy poster. Hat tip to Chuck Welch for a bit of inspiration on this one.