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DYNAMIC // Gabia | Lava Graphic Design, Amsterdam // Gabia is the gateway to internet. Internet offers unlimited connections. The 'dot' in '.com' or '.kr' connects companies and organisations to the internet. To symbolize this in the word mark the dot is placed at the end 'Gabia'. The lines that commence from this dot represent the unlimited connections to unlimited networks. This visual identity visualizes speed, lightness, traffic, and unlimited and ongoing connections

DYNAMIC // Gabia | Lava Graphic Design, Amsterdam // Gabia is the gateway to internet. Internet offers unlimited connections. The 'dot' in '.com' or '.kr' connects companies and organisations to the internet. To symbolize this in the word mark the dot is placed at the end 'Gabia'. The lines that commence from this dot represent the unlimited connections to unlimited networks. This visual identity visualizes speed, lightness, traffic, and unlimited and ongoing connections

SW: Reminiscent of one of our exercises, which i enjoyed. I am always needing to be reminded to think out of the box with design and this is a good example of doing so in a simple way. - Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series.

Playful Lettering Alterations Transform Ordinary Words into Clever Illustrations

SW: Reminiscent of one of our exercises, which i enjoyed. I am always needing to be reminded to think out of the box with design and this is a good example of doing so in a simple way. - Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series.

Haiku is an experimental graphic design poster print project showing the words of a haiku in white 3D typography by Eli Kleppe.

Haiku is an experimental graphic design poster print project showing the words of a haiku in white 3D typography by Eli Kleppe.

I love this.  I honestly don't think I'd change anything. I might make the words down at the bottom easier to read. But other than that, I love the idea of how the words fade out. As if it were the persons memory

37 of the Best Graphic Design Pieces from 2015

I love this. I honestly don't think I'd change anything. I might make the words down at the bottom easier to read. But other than that, I love the idea of how the words fade out. As if it were the persons memory

this i really like, the main reason for this is because of how it communicates with the reader. as you can see the microphone has replaced the letter I and works very well with the word.

this i really like, the main reason for this is because of how it communicates with the reader. as you can see the microphone has replaced the letter I and works very well with the word.

drafting and fonts,

drafting and fonts,

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This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

This is another great use of expressive typography. Using the “o” instead of any other letter was the best choice with this word. The “o” in this case gives us the “aw” sound when saying the word “drop” rather than a long o sound like the word “stove”. Great job on this one.

Although this is only one page, I was drawn to the overlap of text. I think using half of the picture as the texture for the text is creative and eye-catching. They could have easily made the words, "Yes He Did" in bold black and it would have looked good, but this meshes the words and the article with the man.

Although this is only one page, I was drawn to the overlap of text. I think using half of the picture as the texture for the text is creative and eye-catching. They could have easily made the words, "Yes He Did" in bold black and it would have looked good, but this meshes the words and the article with the man.

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