Unconventional use and combination graphical elements such as striking over-sized numbers layered with photography. Number font is huge but has a delicacy related to precision and craftmanship

Natural History Type Project on Behance. Each letter is designed to a mineral that begins with that letter  This typeface is not only beautiful but scientific as well. The contrast between the colors of the minerals and the white letters as well as the contrast between the letters and the black background of the poster is beautiful and very pleasing to the eye. Your eyes are attracted directly to the colors of the minerals which seems to be the whole point.

Natural History Type Project on Behance. A type series created by Sleep Projects. Inspired by Bebas typeface and designed by Ryoichi Tsenekawa. Each letter is designed to a mineral that begins with that letter

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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. http://www.pinify.com

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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Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design Fred Troller Industrial Arts Expo 1935 - Paul Rand The Black Keys.