“In the whilst creative director of advertising agency Svenska Telegrambyrån in Malmö Sweden, Swedish graphic designer John Melin alongside Anders Österlin (born forged a highly conceptual approach to the treatment of posters, publications and g
Rudolph de Harak was a legendary American graphic designer who is well-known for his book cover designs for McGraw-Hill during the and A modernist at heart, de Harak also designed record covers for Columbia and Westminster, as well as these lovely clocks.
This simple motivational poster uses the negative space inside the "D" and the "O" to incorporate more letters to create a straight forward message. This is a great example of how negative space can be effectively used to bolster a design's message.
So clever - Coffee & Cigarettes poster remake by Viktor Hertz. "The clean, minimal design is really striking and the coffee mug made out of the negative space is a brilliant idea. i love minimal design
By abandoning fantasy for the more pragmatic aspects of building, the profession has lost some of its capacity for self-criticism, not to mention one of its most valuable imaginative tools. — but does it float