Journal Assignment #1: Cool Typography

An interesting use of type using abstract forms combined with imagery. Image from

A classic logo which emphasizes batman’s pointed ears. Image from

A very minimalistic looking typeface which lets the viewer fill in the blanks. Image from

I like the classic letter press look on this poster reminding us of the tools used before the computer. Image from

I liked how this design mimics the classic film intros from the 30’s and 40’s and its use of a typeface which may be reminiscent of that era. Image found on

I found the placement of type on this persons body interesting because it truly makes them look like a human poster. Image found on

This theater poster uses some very interesting hand lettering which mimics water color paint where the type becomes an image in itself. Image found on

A poster from the classic dadist period of the early 20’s. I like how the type is layered and uses many different typefaces. It’s chaotic, but in an appealing way. Image found on

I thought this was an intersting magazine cover because of its use of abstracted type which still remains legible. Image found on

This type face combines blackletter with flourishes that makes it look like a blackletter script. Image found on

The design on this bottle reminds of the old labels seen on bottles from the early 20th century. Image found on

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