Posts Tagged ‘ color ’
Wonderful use of typography and color from this spread in inc. magazine from July. The black background is a powerful canvas for the primary colors. The speech bubbles support the subject of the article while the letters symbolize people.
There is really effective typographic hierarchy on display here.
This caught my eye for the bold and direct approach. Color plays a large part in how meaning is expressed. Notice how the words align with the horizontal part of the stroke on the red page. And how the deck aligns with the i in the word medicine.
Because the paragraphs end with short lines, I’d have liked this more if there were no indents on the left. As a purist it would be even better if the shape of the cross had no indents anywhere.
[ Town and Country magazine January 2011 ]