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I chose this magazine just because it’s TIME. I mean almost everybody is familiar with TIME in some way shape or form and no matter where you are you can usually recognize a TIME magazine out of a stack of magazine. The reason why I chose this cover though was because it’s clean shows the name of the magazine and shows the topic. Plus it implies how Coca-Cola is almost controlling the world with it’s products. It is just flat out awesome.

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I think this is a funny typographic that shows the person just being fun. Out of all the choice this caught my eye because it’s in between what the others did. This person seemed to take a while but not as much as compared to others and more than many. Also if you look from a few feet away you can’t even tell it’s made from words.

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This is an amazing poster for a movie with good negative space that comes in the form of the bloody bodies and tree background behind the main characters. The typography is also used well to show the movies title, but at the same time kept simple. it matches where its placed as well. I like this though mainly because you see the shear horror and tearer in their faces, but at the same time (if you watched the trailer for it that is) you would see the comedy sense in it too. I highly recommend that when this movie comes out that you go and see it. Even though I haven’t seen it, it seems hilarious and worth the watch. I just can’t wait for it to come out and I hope that all of you watch the trailer ad least.

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Typography is used in this photo with the three and the site. It can also be seen with the release date. Negative space is of course used with the white space behind the main actor Jason Statham. I really like this poster not just on how it was set up, but also for the movie series and actor itself. The person who created this poster worked in the key elements of both the design and the movie together so well that you can tell it was done by a pro.

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I like this logo just because it has the art and creative part in it. Maybe it’s not a real word combined but it stands out and the point is given. It is effective though because it states what it does in both the logo and design. Plus the people who created it left enough white space for it to be worthy. If you ask me if you don’t think it works well on a business card then it probably shouldn’t be a logo.

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In truth I really like this logo. Just because it’s so simple, yet original that almost everyone knows it without the words being there. It not only defined people it set up culture. It show balance and harmony through the symbol with simple white space. I mean who hasn’t seen Back to the Future and not known about the Nike fit shoes in it. It’s just an amazing thing if you think about. it.

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  • Question: WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT ON YOUR PLANET? - tumblrbot
  • Answer:

    That’s obvious Hawaii.

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This poster of a person vomiting up words and letters is the perfect example of typography. The vomit is typography in itself and it’s funny because the name of this poster is “Typography makes me Vomit” Well I find it entertaining anyway.

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Typography is used in this picture to make the word look like the beer glass. It’s also used to explain something through the words used.

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Typography is used in this logo because the letters are what stands out. The original image is with an apple a tree Newton and the sun, but if you add typography all of a sudden it become the logo for apple computer co.

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