Monthly Archives: March 2014

Journal 8

    For the subject I want to do on this journal is music. Music is what keeps everyone going, the reason why I say that is that as a musician myself, I have been involved with music with my … Continue reading

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Journal 7

Typography of Greek: The greek language¬†is an independent branch of the¬†Indo-European¬†family of languages. Native to the southern¬†Balkans, western¬†Asia Minor,¬†Greece, and the¬†Aegean Islands, it has the longest documented history of any Indo-European language, spanning 34 centuries of written records. Its writing … Continue reading

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Journal 6

Centered: The text is aligned to neither the left¬†or the¬†right of the margin; there is an even gap on each side of each line. Flush right: The text is aligned along the right margin or gutter, also known as¬†right-aligned¬†or¬†ragged left. … Continue reading

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Journal 5

Bad Kerning: between C and L, because in the¬†letters are¬†put really close to each other for the letter of C and L for the amount space in it. Good Kerning:¬†The word¬†equalizer has the exact amount that it¬†needs for¬†adjustment of space … Continue reading

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Journal 4

This is an example of an Old Style: Garamond typeface. ¬†The apple logo¬†has the serifs that have a greater contrast between thick and thin strokes. The¬†Hillary¬†Clinton sign¬†is done in a¬†Transitional: Baskerville¬†typeface where the strokes ease into the serifs. This¬†Jazz poster¬†has … Continue reading

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Journal 3

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Journal 2

I wish I could of done more words for my print, but this is the only thing I have came out with, everything has been labeled of each details. My only word that I can only come up is this, … Continue reading

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Journal 1

There’s always that one store that always intrigues me with it’s typography, and that’s GameStop. All I know about GameStop’s logo was made by a business professional instead of a graphic designer doing it. It’s because the simplistic letering of … Continue reading

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