Le top des tweets de Letterform Archive

Top 50 des sources > Letterform Archive  #39 / 393

Standard, Berthold (Amsterdam-Continental), c. 1962 #LfATypeEphemera pic.twitter.com/dowGJR49vp

Ross George, Modern Caps in the Speedball Textbook, 14th ed., 1941 pic.twitter.com/JwBwyTXZBW

André Chanté, Or featured in Lettera 4 by Armin Haab & Walter Hættenschweiler, New York, 1972 pic.twitter.com/Ol03thyPEL

J. Erbar, Erbar Grotesk, Linotype, c. 1930 #LfATypeEphemera pic.twitter.com/qwJ8MbBQcV

Kurt Schwitters, Kate Steinetz & Theo Van Doesburg, Die Scheuche Märchen, 1961 (reprint) pic.twitter.com/tdLP16g7I9

A.M. Cassandre, Le Spectacle est Dans La Rue (The Show Is On the Street), 1935 pic.twitter.com/KUSh7WPqPD

Piet Zwart, advertising for Netherlands Cable Works, c. 1920s #LfAYearInReview pic.twitter.com/Gn152qyff2

Herbert Bayer, Electronics: A New Science for a New World by General Electric Company, 1942 pic.twitter.com/ry0H6Jx5AS

Aldo Novarese, Forma, Nebiolo, c. 1967#LfATypeEphemera pic.twitter.com/7to7xDewXn

Eric Gill, Gill Sans, c. 1930 #LfATypeEphemera pic.twitter.com/S4dvwwd01u

Ladislav Sutnar, Obrácení Kapitána Brassbounda by George Bernard Shaw, Prague, 1932 pic.twitter.com/FBYaa4RBz5

Comp for a newspaper advertisement, unknown designer, 1928. Guest series: Alexander Tochilovsky. #la_guestseries pic.twitter.com/rRhhS80q7Y

Robin Price's Counting on Chance, for CODEX Book Fair's 2015 compendium of participating artists Alchimie du Verbe pic.twitter.com/F3SUZH4kd0

More screen-printed window cards by David Klein for The Heights Players, a Brooklyn community theater, 1950–60s. pic.twitter.com/4erzjUGWhg

Warren Lehrer, French Fries, New York, 1984 pic.twitter.com/nbdqs3ojur

Bern Porter, Run-On, 1975 pic.twitter.com/QYDfCCIqBU

Timm Ulrichs, Edition et 3, 1967 pic.twitter.com/QYafzfUYCb

Liam O'Gallagher, The Blue Planet Notebooks, San Francisco, 1972 pic.twitter.com/BllEKvzb9k

Witte Krant/De Papieren Tijger, No. 5, Amsterdam, 1967 pic.twitter.com/ULdLA9HiD5

Eduardo Paolozzi, Moonstrips Empire News, 1967 pic.twitter.com/jsTCCgR1BD

Eugenio Carmi, Stripsody, Rome, 1966 pic.twitter.com/wCkTnYc9ey

Ladislav Sutnar, Interiors, New York, 1947 pic.twitter.com/cCiDAdKjTr

Armin Hofmann, Graphic Design Manual: Principles and Practice, 1965 pic.twitter.com/u2g3dUTkBR

Herbert Bayer, World Geo-graphic Atlas, Chicago, 1953 pic.twitter.com/iobJJz3ogi

Gianni Bertini, Mec, No. 2, Milan, 1971 pic.twitter.com/tZCoyShEhN

Lester Beall, Diameter Vol 1 edited by Lorraine Rothbard, 1951 pic.twitter.com/r20fZhkH4q

Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston, A Child of Books, Somerville, 2016 #LfAKids pic.twitter.com/tRy06IoOAd

Happy birthday, Kurt Schwitters! Kurt Schwitters, An Anna Blume, 1919 #LfABirthday pic.twitter.com/mzW2FFLsgm

Wolfgang Weingart, A Favorite Work From the Time I Was Still Learning, Basel, 1971 pic.twitter.com/q0gFraFjrc

Happy birthday, Kasimir Malevich! Kasimir Malevich, A Series of Lectures by Punin, 1920 #LfABirthday pic.twitter.com/hh76r07jlr

Artist unknown, Praesens, No. 2, Warsaw, 1930 pic.twitter.com/18lwEjMZQn

El Lissitzky, Broom: An International Magazine of the Arts, No. 1, Vol. 6, New York, 1924 pic.twitter.com/vKdQWeLmt7

Gerry Powell, Onyx, American Type Founders, 1939 #LfATypeEphemera pic.twitter.com/FuoCTPfGsH

Happy birthday, Hermann Zapf! Manuale Zapficum, Rochester, 2008#LfAbirthday pic.twitter.com/5Y1AGk6bzt

George Krikorian, Design and Paper No. 26, New York, 1948 #LfAPeriodicals pic.twitter.com/wL6aLQsFcm

Michael Gold Design, United States Information Agency Design Manual, c. 1970 #IdentityManual pic.twitter.com/kWfsHjnF6U

Ladislav Sutnar, Trakař Jablek by George Bernard Shaw, Prague, 1932 pic.twitter.com/A1pBWXsg41

”Der Sumpf“ book cover, John Heartfield, 1922. Guest series: Alexander Tochilovsky. #la_guestseries pic.twitter.com/9Y66UGlzOB

Parole in Libertá, Marinetti, 1932. Guest series: Alexander Tochilovsky. #la_guestseries pic.twitter.com/a5EA5EfZaA

Hidalgo, designed by Stefan Schlesinger, published by Amsterdam Type Foundry in 1940. #a2zspecimens pic.twitter.com/6i48wnQN4w

250 cartes de visites SoftTouch + Vernis 3D gratuites
OFFRE DE NOTRE PARTENAIRE EXAPRINT
Gratuit 250 cartes pelliculées mat Soft Touch + Vernis sélectif 3D recto Exa-Bigfoot-PelliculageSoftTouch_250_GRATUIT
Je profite de l'offre
Combien vendre la création d’un flyer
Outils et Services freelances
KobOne-calculflyer
Utilisez notre calculette pour estimer au plus juste combien vendre votre création de flyer
Faire une simulation
En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l’utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des contenus et services adaptés à vos centres d’intérêts.