Tag Archives: Typeface Anatomy Fall 2014

Typeface Anatomy – Lauren Turner

This is the one of the movie posters from the movie the Great Gatsby. I saw that another student used a different poster from the same movie/book to talk about but I chose to still use this typeface as an … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Brian Tomsovic

If you look at the poster for 127 Hours, the font choice may not be the most visually exciting thing to have ever been done with type on a movie poster, however browsing through several I found that it was … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy- Jenna Hayden

In this movie poster the The Godfather Part II, the text is center aligned on the top of the poster making its way down the page into the middle of the poster. The yellow typeface is important to the poster … Continue reading

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Type Face Anatomy – Melissa Tsitsis

I found this to be an interesting headline when I was looking through a “Self” magazine. What really stood out to me about this headline was that it is “thin and high strung” which is a characteristic of a type … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Karen Marten

I chose the title on the season one box set for Game of Thrones. The title is successful in many ways, it eludes to what the TV show is about by textually portraying strength, ancient characteristics, and elegance. The title … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Evan Matthews

The New York Times has been a typeface that has always stood out to me and stands out more than anything on the newspaper itself. The font is different in that it is not a font that is used commonly. … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Danielle Clement

 (Scroll down to bottom to see whole poster) This event poster is a great example of typography. It utilizes two very different typefaces to express meaning through type–a multiple-family mix.  The first typeface, the one used for “small talk”, is … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Lisa Gaviglio

I chose to analyze the book cover for The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson. From the first glance you can see this cover is all about contrast with the divide down the middle, marking one half as yellow and the … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy- Shannon Heric

In the Black Swan movie poster the main headline type is at the bottom of the page. The red typeface goes well with the elegant and mysterious poster for the movie. The anatomy of the typeface has an even baseline … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy – Amy Koller

I found this to be a particularly interesting example. The different line weight and organization of the typography was two of the things that caught my eye. Also, due to the fact that the font is not straight cut, it … Continue reading

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