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eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
eleventheleven:

"San Francisco Art Exchange was founded in 1983 and was one of the world’s first galleries specializing in popular imagery. They represent one of the largest collections of historical significant popular imagery by some of the most prominent artists and photographers. These include Jim Marshall, Robert Freeman, Graham Nash, Ronnie Wood, Terry O’Neill, Ringo Starr, Lynn Goldsmith and Storm Thorgerson.
The existing identity and look and feel, didn’t have any unique character or reflect the type of work the Gallery represented. We chose to develop a new identity for them all based around one typeface, Avant Garde. A beautiful typeface developed and used extensively during the period that many of the pieces in the gallery were produced.
The new identity really embodies the spirit, soul, individuality and energy of the gallery.” by Mucho
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type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
type-lover:

Walmer Marker Typefaceby Typolar Type Foundry
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typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
typostrate:

Fashion Spray
Antonio Brasko had the glorious idea of an intruiging project with fashion spray cans. Imagine what would happen if every brand has his own ci spray can. His motivation was to bring streetwear together with luxury. While many of the brands represented in the collection are high fashion brands, such as Chanel, Gucci and Hermes, he has also created spray cans based on the branding of famous sportswear labels like Supreme, Nike and Adidas. We like his idea and the way he combined street art with haute couture. 
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timewastingmachine:

Nelson Piquet | Williams FW11B
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visualgraphc:

Synthetic Typeface - Michelle Wang
visualgraphc:

Synthetic Typeface - Michelle Wang
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jahrue:

88 Flag
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lost and found
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slushy photo from Portugal
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ethereo:

Broken | Flickr
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trendgraphy:

Deer  by Ondrej Lechan
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