Awesome poster, and fab tshirts via typeverything.com

via (365) Days of Tumblr.

Simple, but powerful

Back in the summer of 2009, Portland, Oregon-based designer and creative director Ian Coyle decided that he would print a daily thought for 73 days straight. Using his 1950′s letterpress, he printed and inked by hand these messages that seem to take on new meaning as we begin this new year.

via My Modern Metropolis.

Love the typographical illustration style…

Illustrator and designer Jessica Hische, who has an array of big name clients including Barnes & Nobles, American Express, Victoria Secret, has created Veiny Type, typography that is reminiscent of a heart with its purple, blue and reds colors and, of course, its veins. It was created for her client Chatelaine and accompanied an article about women’s heart health.

via My Modern Metropolis.

Awesome work…

Designed by hussain almossawi of bahraini studio skyrill design, ‘fluid type’ is conceptualized as a dynamic typeface, in which each character in addition to being usable as a static letter has its own exploding animation. The three-dimensional letters were first created in 3D max and then filled with virtual fluid in the realflow fluid dynamics simulator. while the character was filling, almossawi adjusted the gravity and pressure level.

via Design Boom