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30 Amazing Posters



By Tara Hornor On Friday, June 1st, 2012




Typography is a critical part of most designs, whether the text is meant to help connect the point of the design with the reader or even integrate fully with the design itself, such as with illustrations made of text. This collection of typographic posters and print ads are some of the best of the best at using font-based design elements, whether as illustrations, sticker printing or simply a creative layout. It’s a study in ways to use typography to enhance the design – not distract. As you review these designs, ask yourself how the text connects the main theme, how it builds upon the design and helps make a statement. Enjoy!





























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