I have been searching through my research to find some quotes about technology and its impact on society. I feel that using parody as a way to change some negative quotes it could create interesting compositions. In reference i started searching for typographic posters as a way to start looking at my typographic designs as more than an idea.
This poster by Stefano Joker Lionetti shows how parody can work well on a typographic poster.
By using quotes by for example, Albert Einstein, I can twist the message. “I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
This type of quote can be changed and parodied as less of a put down and more of a promotion of technology.
I found some great photography by Suren Manvelyan. A project called ‘Winter Girl’ My favorite picture is the first one in the project as the composition just works so well. It could be printed and sold as a limited edition. I wouldn’t mind paying for a high quality version
It makes me think of an old style hallmark car. The image would look great on a christmas card
Edit: I have just seen the new GAP logo. it is actually one of the worst Rebanding designs i have ever seen. i am literally speechless and appauled that someone got paid for creating the logo
- Michael Buble’s Most Interesting Facts (socyberty.com)
- Illustrations, animations by Parra (10ison.com)
- The Most Unique Typographic Art Masterpieces (designzzz.com)
- Typographic maps (flowingdata.com)
- What is Typographical Hierarchy? (brighthub.com)