The Darkest Corners of The Whitest Cube at Kunsthaus Dresden Contributed by Stephen Coles on Nov 9th, 2013. Artwork published in 2011. Source: lamm-kirch.com License: All Rights Reserved. The simple addition of descending thorns turns the narrow display variant of Gill Sans into letters that reference Rubensesque type, a genre that we now associate with the dark and spooky. Typefaces Formats Posters/Flyers (4012) Topics Art (3263) Designers/Agencies Lamm & Kirch (6) Pascal Storz (6) Tagged withonly type (1006)gradients (573)Kunsthaus Dresden (2)exhibitions (262)art exhibitions (505)modified typeface (1270)macabre (9)purple/violet (269)type with gradient fill (2) Artwork location Germany (2863) Dresden (23) In Sets Inspiration (Nic Bradford) (41) Exhibition (Lucas Bevilaqua) (152) Posters (Lucas Bevilaqua) (130) Gradients (Lucas Bevilaqua) (52) 1 Comment on “The Darkest Corners of The Whitest Cube at Kunsthaus Dresden” James Edmondson says: Nov 10th, 2013 1:01 pm A little customization goes a long way. I wish more graphic designers would consider an approach like this. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More Gill Sans Bold Extra Condensed in use Tous les chats sont gris movie poster2014Contributed by Soimadou Ibrahim-Aliamane Right-To-Left2012Eps51Contributed by Shiva Nallaperumal Silence=Death poster1986Avram FinkelsteinBrian HowardOliver JohnstonContributed by Love Lagerkvist Staff Pick Sponsor More in Art Le Périscope N°02016Francis RamelNouvelle étiquetteÉmilie PompelleContributed by PampaType Team Kim Deal by Harsh Patel2011Harsh PatelContributed by Gareth Hague Nummer Wans2016Warriors StudioContributed by Benoît Bodhuin Matrex2016BernaskoniContributed by Gayaneh Bagdasaryan More in Posters/Flyers Maria film poster2017ContemptContributed by CONTEMPT Studio School2017BrigadeContributed by Emtype Foundry AÇO brand identity2020AÇOContributed by Massimiliano Audretsch Beat Film Festival 20172017Ricardo d’AvilaContributed by Ricardo d'Avila More Fonts In Use Yearbook 2015–2016, Design Department, Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam2016Andrea KarchDaniel SeemayerContributed by Axel Pelletanche Thévenart Staff Pick “Entre Pierre & Terre” orchard ciders2019WedgePhilippe Dionne BussièresContributed by Philippe Dionne Bussières Staff Pick BLK DNM identity2012TriboroJohan LindebergContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Effektiv Kommunikation2013Helena LagerContributed by Letters from Sweden Staff Pick
1 Comment on “The Darkest Corners of The Whitest Cube at Kunsthaus Dresden”
A little customization goes a long way. I wish more graphic designers would consider an approach like this.