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I like the colour scheme here, and the geometrical aspect to it. Colours compliment each other and make the design stand out and catch your eye.

I like the colour scheme here, and the geometrical aspect to it. Colours compliment each other and make the design stand out and catch your eye.

3D - Anymade Studio (République Tchèque)Grid style looks cool, like the bright colour with simple lines to bring out a layout

3D - Anymade Studio (République Tchèque)Grid style looks cool, like the bright colour with simple lines to bring out a layout

Web Design: Redesign of Lux Capital

Web Design: Redesign of Lux Capital

Los  bordes

Los bordes

simple but expressive layout due to large fonts and comprehensive use one colour

simple but expressive layout due to large fonts and comprehensive use one colour

IDEA. In questo poster mi piace molto l'uso del testo principale perchè esplica in maniera semplice il contenuto del titolo -il movimento. La griglia di base è molto chiara e ha una struttura molto forte e individuabile. Le informazioni contenute nel poster sono ben disposte.

IDEA. In questo poster mi piace molto l'uso del testo principale perchè esplica in maniera semplice il contenuto del titolo -il movimento. La griglia di base è molto chiara e ha una struttura molto forte e individuabile. Le informazioni contenute nel poster sono ben disposte.

5 Lessons from Massimo Vignelli | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration & Tutorials

5 Lessons from Massimo Vignelli | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration & Tutorials

10 Swiss Inspired Graphic Design Lessons To Help You Become A Better Designer

10 Swiss Inspired Graphic Design Lessons To Help You Become A Better Designer

Swiss Style is a graphic design style that emerged from Russia, Germany, and the Netherlands in the 1920s. It was developed further by Swiss designers in the 1950s. It is also sometimes referred to as International Typographic Style.

Swiss Style is a graphic design style that emerged from Russia, Germany, and the Netherlands in the 1920s. It was developed further by Swiss designers in the 1950s. It is also sometimes referred to as International Typographic Style.