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Xavier Monney is a designer from Lausanne, Switzerland whose work ranges from print and typography to motion design and kinetic identity. Typography Letters, Typography Poster, Lettering, Typographic Design, Graphic Design Typography, Modern Typography, Web Design, Type Design, Design Styles

Xavier Monney's slick and unique three-dimensional manipulations of type

Xavier Monney is the 23 year old designer from Lausanne, Switzerland whose work caught our eye due to his refreshing but incredibly impressive manipulations of type. Xavier combines animation and typography to create three dimensional experiments, often incorporating some form of optical illusion. “I guess what’s most important is the perspective,” explains Xavier when asked how he manages to retain such high levels of legibility within animated text. He also considers the animation’s speed…

Erich Brechbühl [Mixer] is a Lucerne based independent graphic designer focused on poster and corporate design. Collage Poster, Typo Poster, Typographic Poster, Poster Ads, Poster Prints, Film Posters, Cover Design, Graphisches Design, Book Design

Erich Brechbühl’s posters are witty and inventive, with an element of surprise

We first covered the work of graphic designer Erich Brechbühl "way back in 2012":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/erich-brechbuhl. Since then he’s been making moves in the poster design world, helping to create a solid design community in Lucerne – one that’s beginning to have an impact outside of Switzerland.

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Xavier Monney's slick and unique three-dimensional manipulations of type

Xavier Monney is the 23 year old designer from Lausanne, Switzerland whose work caught our eye due to his refreshing but incredibly impressive manipulations of type. Xavier combines animation and typography to create three dimensional experiments, often incorporating some form of optical illusion. “I guess what’s most important is the perspective,” explains Xavier when asked how he manages to retain such high levels of legibility within animated text. He also considers the animation’s speed…

deniskovalchuk: “Poster from night club for: Solomun Boiler. The content of the set is mostly from classical re-interpreted under our time tracks, from this traditional helvetica like music in no time. Enjoy the set:. Print Design, Web Design, Graphic Design, Dm Poster, Motion Poster, Color Club, Tumblr, Creative Studio, Motion Design

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I am AD & Graphic Designer living in Moscow. For jobs or any info, please write me at: deniskovalichuk@gmail.com Thank you for watching.

Animation for the anniversary of the cultural venue "im Schtei" in Sempach/Switzerland Typo Design, Poster Design, Typography Design, Print Design, Graphic Design, Lettering, Motion Poster, Swiss Design, Typographic Poster

20 Jahre im Schtei

Animation for the 20th anniversary of the cultural venue "im Schtei" in Sempach/Switzerland

Cinema Trailer for Stefan Sagmeister's Happy Show that was shown at the Museum for Design in Zurich, Switzerland The Happy Film, Happy Show, Stefan Sagmeister, Typographic Poster, Typography, Lettering, Motion Poster, Self Branding, Museum

The Happy Show

Cinema Trailer for Stefan Sagmeister's Happy Show that was shown at the Museum for Design in Zurich, Switzerland

Joonghyun Cho on how design has taught him the most important values of life Motion Poster, Korean Design, Its Nice That, Freelance Graphic Design, Motion Design, Motion Graphics, Knowledge, Platform, Posters

Joonghyun Cho on how design has taught him the most important values of life

Joonghyun Cho is not only a freelance graphic designer but is also in charge of the design for Seoul’s most influential IT company, Naver. The designer explores the unique Korean design aesthetic of Jjam-Bbong culture, which translates as mixed culture, embodying the fast changes of economic growth and the notion of “flunkyism”. The term flunkyism refers to the qualities of a flunky, which involves the readiness to cringe at those who are conventionally superior through wealth or status.

Symmetry Symptom is an online mood board for inspiration and promotion of good design. Focusing on graphic design, photography, architecture, typography,. Typography Inspiration, Graphic Design Inspiration, Graphic Design Art, Motion Logo, Motion Poster, Typographic Poster, Typographic Design, Web Design, Logo Design

Symmetry Symptom

Symmetry Symptom is an online mood board for inspiration and promotion of good design. Focusing on graphic design, photography, architecture, typography,...

Erich Brechbühl [Mixer] is a Lucerne based independent graphic designer focused on poster and corporate design. 3d Poster, Typography Poster, Corporate Design, Motion Poster, Its Nice That, Festival Posters, Flyer, Visual Communication, Motion Design

Erich Brechbühl’s posters are witty and inventive, with an element of surprise

We first covered the work of graphic designer Erich Brechbühl "way back in 2012":http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/erich-brechbuhl. Since then he’s been making moves in the poster design world, helping to create a solid design community in Lucerne – one that’s beginning to have an impact outside of Switzerland.

Sin magazine Vol. Editorial/Illustration One of the 7 cardinal sins (greed) illustrated in this limited edition. 7 Cardinal Sins, Motion Poster, Coding, Magazine, Magazines, Programming

Sin magazine — kieran burr

Sin magazine Vol. 1/7 Editorial/Illustration One of the 7 cardinal sins (greed) illustrated in this limited edition. Using only vectorial...

Lucas Hesse draws inspiration from outside the traditional graphic design canon Page Design, Layout Design, Print Design, Web Design, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Illustration, Hesse, Motion Poster, Graphic Design Inspiration

Lucas Hesse draws inspiration from outside the traditional graphic design canon

Lucas Hesse is a Mainz-based graphic designer bringing his experience of studying in Seoul and Germany to inform his culture-focused practice. Under the enlightening supervision of Eike König, at his communication design course in Offenbach, Lucas’ international years as a student made him “curious about how different personalities and people from different cultures approach design.” It taught the designer how some influences can indirectly effect one another, and Lucas brings this principle…