Helvetica Superheros

French design student René Mambembé has created a set of posters combining two very different things: typography and super heros. Titled “Helvetica, My Hero”, the designer has assigned each letter in the alphabet to either a superhero or a well-known character by using interesting compositions of the Helvetica glyphs.

Among the posters you’ll find Batman and Spiderman, the Green Latern and Catwoman, as well as Darth Vader and Yoda. just another example of what is possible once you think creatively about type.

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Helvetica Superheros

Alphabet Star Wars Characters

When married couple and freelance designers Emma and Brandon Peat had their first child, they wanted a fun way to teach their newborn the alphabet.

By taking their favourite film franchise, Star Wars, they have recreated the entire alphabet list featuring characters from the original Star Wars trilogy with each alphabet representing a different character.

Called ‘A is for Ackbar’, the entire list was a collaboration between the married couple—with Mr. Peat sketching the basis for each character in pencil and Mrs. Peat rendering and colouring them in Illustrator.

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

 

A is for Ackbar Star Wars Characters

Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time

Australian graphic design magazine, desktop, conducted a survey where votes were tallied from a panel of design industry experts and an online reader poll to determine the top ten Australian logos of all time.

Looking over the list it certainly brings you a fascinating insight into the history, trials and trivia of some of Australia’s favourite logos.
 



10. SBS (Special Broadcasting Service)
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - SBS



9. Australia Post
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Australia Post



8. Sydney Olympics 2000
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Sydney 2000 Olympics



7. Nine Network
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Nine Network



6. Woolmark
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Woolmark



5. Woolworths
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Woolworths



4. Commonwealth Bank
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Commonwealth Bank



3. City of Melbourne
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - City of Melbourne



2. Qantas
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - Qantas



1. ABC (Australian Broadcasting Company)
Top 10 Australian Logos of All Time - ABC


Heartwork – An Art Benefit for Target House

Heartwork is a project designed to raise money for art supplies at Target House—this wonderful home-away-from-home for the families of children facing long-term treatment at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee.

Every year, a group of talented artists are selected to create a series of prints with a specified theme, this year being the word ‘HOPE’. Each edition is limited to only 10 pieces and signed/numbered by the artist.

Here’s a sample of the prints available in this year’s Heartwork benefit, available for purchase at the Heartwork website.

 

Heartwork 2012

Heartwork - Lab Partners
“Hope Garden” by Lab Partners

Heartwork - Don Clark
“Love Grows” by Don Clark / Invisible Creature

Heartwork - Aesthetic Appartus
“In Bloom” by Aesthetic Apparatus

Heartwork - Jessica Hische
“Finding Hope Through Friendship” by Jessica Hische

Heartwork - Nate Wragg
“Growing Hope” by Nate Wragg

Heartwork - Ryan Clark
“Special Delivery” by Ryan Clark / Invisible Creature

Heartwork - Jason Munn
“Spring” by Jason Munn

Dexter Wanted Posters

Dexter - Ttrinity
Dexter - Icekiller
Dexter - Doomsday
Dexter - Bay Harbor
Source: FakeAnything.com

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