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Bauhaus

“If today’s arts love the machine, technology and organisation, if they aspire to precision and reject anything vague and dreamy, this implies an instinctive repudiation of chaos and a longing to find the form appropriate to our times.” 375 more words

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Milton Glaser

“To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master”

Milton Glaser is an American Graphic Designer who was born in 1929, New York, he studied at the High School of Music and Art and the Cooper Union Art School in New York, he also studied in Italy which was also an art school which he achieved a scholarship. 191 more words

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West Herts Logo - Final Designs

West Herts Logo – Final Designs  

After endlessly changing and tweaking my logos for the West Herts Live Brief project I finally managed to come up with some logos I’m really pleased with, Overall I think they have worked out better than I expected especially the round badge designed ones which I feel have a emblem/badge feel to them which is what most golf clubs are looking for in a logo. 85 more words

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Poster Research

The poster was one of the very first types of advertisement which began in the early 19th century, this also influenced the development of typography because type now needed to be seen from a much further distance which influenced new larger typefaces to be created these could be produced from wood than the standard metal stamps of the time. 214 more words

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Typeface Research

Typeface Research 

Here I’m trying to find a correct typeface that will work for my Pixel posters I am experimenting with the different typefaces using the block of text that will actually be displayed on the poster. 83 more words

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Disobedient Objects - V&A Museum

What does disobedient objects mean?

Disobedient objects are a way everyday objects are created into something that can be used visually to change the way we see things. 185 more words

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