Creative Graphic Design: Numbers, studios, gallery and virus fonts

by Fred Showker

Creative tidbits is a column in DTG Magazine featuring creative instpiration Yes, it's fall fonts fest carry over into October, we're finding some great stuff to share. Send in your creative ideas for the holidays this month! Here we go . . .
* Cutting, carving, etching, gilding designs into glass
* Lights and Glamor mark this design studio's success
* A Design Studio Called Number 17, A Very Short List
* Virus Fonts express the spirit of the age . . .
* Barnbrook -- Studio 12 . . . spells "WOW"
* OMG it's Oliver Munday
... and more !

Lights and Glamor mark this design studio's success

branding and communications books

Eight and a Half is a multi-disciplinary design studio—but we do more than just design. We make things make sense strategically, visually and editorially with intelligence and a sense of humor.
      There are some surprising works here . . . surprisingly simple and surprisingly good.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : EIGHT AND A HALF
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A Design Studio Called Number 17, A Very Short List

branding and communications books

This studio has lots and lots and lots of very cool projects and works in their portfolio -- Number 17 is a founding partner of the web site called "A Very Short List" Partners Kurt Anderson, Tim Nolan and Michael Jackson published to over 200,000 subscribers.
      Their work is extraordinary. Emily Oberman and Bonnie Siegler are the primary founders, but they've closed their doors and split up. Emily went over to Pentagram. A shame.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Number 17
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OMG it's Oliver Munday

branding and communications books

Oliver Munday is a graphic designer who makes very cool vector graphics for posters and "social" design. Piece believes that designers can play a significant role in positive change and social justice. Oliver's work has been recognized by many of the major design publications including Communication Arts, TDC, STEP magazine's 25 freshest minds in design and many others.
      He could very well be the "father" of infographics . . . take a look at the "more" link below and see some very cool infographics!
READ THIS REPORT Full story : OMG
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