Take a walk on the wild side with this exuberant collection of animals by New York City designer David Sagorski. These beguiling pen and ink beings cover the entire range from insects, reptiles, amphibians and sea creatures to birds, mammals and dinosaurs. Wildlife will make itself at home everywhere-on brochures, editorials, logos and posters- wherever a touch of the wild can liven things up!
These scrumptious illustrations of food and drink are sure to sound your appetite alarm. The Delectables collection of images and themes is a must for any design work related to the culinary arts where the appearance of menu graphics and the like can be artfully enhanced. Created by British lettering designer and illustrator, Carol Kemp.
If a style bubbling with innocent mischief is what you're after, this one will delight you! Chipper looks as though it was created by a child’s slightly shaky hand, but the even color of the line weights reveals a professional, behind-the-scenes involvement. Tiny specks surrounding each letterform contribute to its naive appearance and a collection of playful illustrations is also included. An excellent choice for any sort of work designed to target the children’s market in a fun, non-aggressive manner. Created in the Letraset Type Studio by Andrew Smith.
A bold sans serif typeface in which a stencil element has been incorporated that creates a strong feeling of immediacy. Campaign looks best when closely letter and word spaced. It is a striking choice for large display sizes such as posters and billboards. Created by leading British designer Alan Meeks.
Who would have thought that mixing roman and italic letterforms within the same font would work? Well, Bobbysox proves that you can, and with stunning results. Its designer, Alan Dempsey, has been creating letterforms for many years and his latest offering is the result of someone who likes to experiment and try out the unusual, or the unlikely!
American artist David Sagorski was influenced by the crisp, energetic look of graffiti when he designed this dramatic, all capital font. The angular, decisive nature of the letterforms reflects the visual power and immediacy of ‘off the street’ art. Street-smart Bluntz has been refined to a condensed italic typeface that will deliver stand out headlines with a 90s edge.