Stefano Salcino

Stefano Salcino

Stefano Salcino
Altre idee da Stefano
Font Specimen: Alda by Emigre Fonts

Font Specimen: Alda by Emigre Fonts

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Segoe UI is a free and usable system font. See this specimen, sample for it’s style. Selection: www.rotterdam-vormgeving.nl

Segoe UI is a free and usable system font. See this specimen, sample for it’s style. Selection: www.rotterdam-vormgeving.nl

Comunicazione visiva, #manipolazione fotografica e #grafica pubblicitaria…

Comunicazione visiva, #manipolazione fotografica e #grafica pubblicitaria…

Typeface origins #typography

Typeface origins #typography

Choosing the right fonts is one of the most important decisions when it comes to anything relating to design, whether it be a printed graphic or a website. Knowing the psychology behind choosing the correct font will give you the upper hand when it comes to designing.

Choosing the right fonts is one of the most important decisions when it comes to anything relating to design, whether it be a printed graphic or a website. Knowing the psychology behind choosing the correct font will give you the upper hand when it comes to designing.

Francesco Griffo (also Francesco da Bologna) – born 1450, died 1518 in Bologna, Italy – type founder, punch cutter, type designer.

Francesco Griffo (also Francesco da Bologna) – born 1450, died 1518 in Bologna, Italy – type founder, punch cutter, type designer.

Cooper Black font

Cooper Black font

Baskerville Created in 1757 by John Baskerville and cut by John Handy.  World Events: 1) 1706 In Boston, Benjamin Franklin is born, the tenth son of a candle and soap maker. 2) 1707 Scotland and England become the United Kingdom of Great Britain on May 1, shortly after the parliaments of Scotland and England ratified the Treaty of Union of 1706.

Baskerville Created in 1757 by John Baskerville and cut by John Handy. World Events: 1) 1706 In Boston, Benjamin Franklin is born, the tenth son of a candle and soap maker. 2) 1707 Scotland and England become the United Kingdom of Great Britain on May 1, shortly after the parliaments of Scotland and England ratified the Treaty of Union of 1706.

Helvetica

Helvetica