Amnesty International is a global NGO that works on a number of fronts, but gathers their efforts around reducing injustice in the world and making a difference where they can.
To rally people around their cause, they recently produced these print ads with DDB Paris, using some really strong imagery and type, which we absolutely love.
Take a look at some of these inspiring power visuals below!
What a fun, interactive design/typography hybrid for Secret 7″. If you aren’t aware, Secret 7″ is a musical project once a year where artists release hard to find music on vinyl. It’s always accompanied by incredible feats of design and creativity and this multimedia project powered by Squarespace is one of the best we’ve seen.
Users on the site can choose from seven different emotions, then use an online tool to create their own one-off piece of typographic art. What a great way to combine design, typography and multimedia all in one space!
You can visit the site here.
We love seeing how digital and physical design can work together to create something special. This magazine, Zero, which was made in Central St Martins by Dagné Petraitytė, Inês Silva and Nathalie de Vallière, does just that. It uses both print and digital techniques to make a publication which is something totally new. In fact, you can download the first edition of the publication on the website for free.
Check it out here.
Yaroslav Shkriblyak is a Ukrainian designer and typographer who did this work for Kyiv Tinctures, a vodka made and bottled in Ukraine. We love how he was able to create something so striking using a limited colour palette and some really gorgeous typography.
You can see more of Shkriblyak’s great design and typography work here.
There’s nothing more exciting than seeing our alumni go out and create awesome work out there in the world! This work by Ashton Winkworth is no exception. She works at G2 Design in Stellenbosch, which created these amazing typography-driven wine labels. We love how the design of the type itself represents the meaning of the word! We sense a possible design brief for our students coming up…
Ashton created the ‘Aquiver’ label you see above! Well done!
You can see more of her work on her Behance profile here.
And do check out Rascallion wines here.
Calling all typography fans! This design for Tonelada Coffee in Mexico by YuJo! Creatividad aplicada hits all the right notes for us! With classic styling and bold, big typography – this is the type of coffee we’d keep on our shelves, regardless of the taste!
Spin is a London-based multidisciplinary design agency working across typography, packaging, publication, web, identities and motion graphics.
Here, they’ve created an entire publication about their love of typography. It shows their process when creating a new type design, showing some beautifully abstracted forms and a gorgeous monochromatic palette.
If you’re a design nerd like we are – it doesn’t get better than this!
Check out Spin’s website here.