The font- the bold and delicate relationship in each letter. Love the capital italics and the black and white.

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FOLIO A look at page numbering. The use of generous margins is also nice. I like the mystery of the numbers though. The human eye only reads the top half of a number, so these remain readable, whilst becoming a designerly feature in itself.

For the Class: Think about using pops of color that are larger in the background and placing type on top. Just a technique for keeping things interesting and adding depth and texture.

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Typography could be warped to fit around other objects on advertisement to fill up negative space, and to stop crowding on the page JW: CATEGORY: Text Wrap COMMENTS: The large S looks elegant on the page and the text fills the negative space nicely.

I like how the story takes the shape of letters, and those form another message. I could incorporate this into my magazine by kind of combining a feature story in the small text, but an ASF with the larger letter outlines.

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Times New Roman by Pedro Javier Arbelaez. This poster in particular is a favorite of mine. I assume this poster goes through the history of Times New Roman. What's great is that Times New Roman is the only typeface used here.

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PHILOSOPHY MAGAZINE … I prefer publications that are mainly image based. What really works is when type has been placed over imagery, makes a more slick design, especially with this because of the colour choice.

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I like how this example uses a letter as a graphic element like a line. Blowing it up to a size where it reads more as a graphic element than a letter meant to be read.