A monogram is a single symbol made up of one or more letters. Every aspect of an individual’s taste and fancy can be accommodated with a monogram. Monograms differ significantly, and there are of a great variety of design. There are so many different types and combinations of the same letters that no two persons with the same initials need to have the same monogram.
Italics are probably the most common form of typographic emphasis and is used in both text and display settings. True-drawn italics are usually a unique and separate design from their Roman brethren. Aldus Manutius, a commercial printer, was looking for a way to fit more type onto a page and to reduce the price of his low-cost editions.
A perfect greeting card for lovers of Japan and historians alike!
Includes one blank 7.5” x 6” PopLife 3D Pop-Up card, and one custom envelope for gifting or sending in the mail.
The ultra-slim profile of this card means the recipient will be simply AMAZED every time they open it.
Cut the anchor threads or tabs and use the pop-up as a standalone decoration or a one-of-a-kind Christmas ornament for your tree!
Finally, the card & gift for any occasion, from Thank You to Wedding – They’ll love it for years to come.
A small space doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be cramped. Maybe there is not enough light; furniture doesn’t sit well, the layout isn’t right? How do you make a small room feel more spacious? With clever use of colour, furniture placing, space planning and lighting, your small space can feel as spacious as you need it to b
This small one-room studio is decorated with lots of white combined with natural materials and warm colours like beige and ochre. This warm palette looks very inviting and unifies the style throughout the space.
My favourite area must be the small white dining area with white bentwood chairs. Perfect for a morning coffee.
These posters by Robin Weissenborn are not new, they were designed in 2015 and awarded in an international poster competition. The graphic designer, who was studying at the prestigious Bauhaus university at the time, designed a series of posters using experimental typography and cool distorted perspectives.