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30 Minimalist Posters for Creative Inspiration

30 Minimalist Posters for Creative Inspiration

Notes: Photograph within illustrated symbol, consistent color scheme, solid color + images + symbols, mixing of fonts and sizes, use of banners to highlight important points and break up text

Notes: Photograph within illustrated symbol, consistent color scheme, solid color + images + symbols, mixing of fonts and sizes, use of banners to highlight important points and break up text

Japanese ad.

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TYPOGRAPHY - ILLUSTRATED / Typographic Illustrations by Ian Jepson | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

TYPOGRAPHY - ILLUSTRATED / Typographic Illustrations by Ian Jepson | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

The Answer Is In The Question

The Answer Is In The Question

In Kyoto, Japan’s old capital, right until the first few years of the last century one sure sign of spring was the Shirakawame, the flower maidens in their special costumes selling flowers on the streets of the city. It is said that the practice started in the Heian period (794-1185) with market ladies delivering flowers to the imperial palace, but by the Edo period (1603-1886) the Shirakawame was almost exlusively young ladies selling flowers in the street. Text and image via Tokyobling

In Kyoto, Japan’s old capital, right until the first few years of the last century one sure sign of spring was the Shirakawame, the flower maidens in their special costumes selling flowers on the streets of the city. It is said that the practice started in the Heian period (794-1185) with market ladies delivering flowers to the imperial palace, but by the Edo period (1603-1886) the Shirakawame was almost exlusively young ladies selling flowers in the street. Text and image via Tokyobling