Type City Poster Project: Mid-Atlantic Cities

Behold! The next installment of the Type City Poster Project, a design initiative and branding exercise undertaken by Joshua Best. For each city, a unique typeface is chosen to match the city’s personality. In addition to the face and layout, three Pantone colors are selected to represent the city’s attributes. Here’s the second installment: 10 posters of cities in the Mid-Atlantic Region.


Type City Poster Project: Great Lake Cities

Geographic Designer is back with a third poster project to follow up the 50 States Design Project and Provincial Patterns Project. It’s called the Type City Poster Project, a design initiative and branding exercise undertaken by Joshua Best. For each city, a unique typeface is chosen to match the city’s personality. In addition to the face and layout, three Pantone colors are selected to represent the city’s attributes. Here’s the first installment: 12 posters of cities in the Great Lakes Region.

 


Provincial Patterns Project

Provincial Patterns Project

Yo Canadians! My new project, The Provincial Patterns Project has now been released. I’ve been working on it since November. Classic provincial icons turned into modern textures. Check it out. Posters for sale as well.

http://geographicdesigner.com/#/provincial-patterns/


Food Flags

These delicious flags were designed for the Sydney International Food Festival by the advertising agency WHYBINTBWA. I actually did something just like this for a project in college. Super cool! http://twistedsifter.com/2011/10/flags-made-from-food/

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Travel the world for free!

I recently discovered this amazing blog and ebook about traveling cheaply. Check it out!

 


Packing lists for every location

Sorry men, this one is for the women out there! Check it out.

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Living Abroad

If you have ever thought living in Paris for a year or so is romantic and adventurous, check out this whimsical and informative website by Jordan Ferney.

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