THAT'S MY TYPE.

If you binged the Netflix documentary ‘Abstract’ like I did, you caught Episode 6 with Paula Scher…the infamous Graphic Designer known for designing over 150 album covers a year in the 70’s and 80’s, the mastermind behind The Public Theater’s initial brand identify in the 90’s and designing the interiors of Performing Arts Centers and other institutes using typography in the 00’s. In other words, she knows the strength of type and how it can inspire.

Whether you realize it or not, between Serif, Slab Serif, Sans Serif, Script or Handwritten…types of font and how it is used can make or break your opinon on a product or space. What I appreciate, like most design, is the range of emotions it brings forth. For me, I gravitate to Sans Serif or Handwritten scripts especially when it contradicts the environment it is in or paired with.

I found myself in a rabbit hole this week, pulling inspo for other projects that reignited this spark so MUCH SO I’M SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING TAKING SOME GRAPHIC DESIGN COURSES…. WITH THAT I wanted to share with you a few of my preffered ways to incoporate typography and graphic design into your retail or residential spaces [ sorry, it does not include a “Live Love Laugh” sign ]

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IMPRINT

VINYL

MURALS

LASER CUT

CHALKBOARD

NEON

LETTER BOARDS

EVERYDAY ELEMENTS

GRAFFITI





Aarika MichelComment