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theoinglis:

Charles and Ray Eames obviously had a love of giant numbers! As you can see from the images of their studio above. Wouldn’t mind something like that in my room.

These images were the inspiration behind the Poster Numerals of the Eames typeface from House Industries;

“In a nod to Charles and Ray’s infatuation with circus imagery, we penned these elephantine figure fonts whose woodcut-inspired forms leave a tastefully pachydermic impact.”

theoinglis
theoinglis:

Love in the afternoon, poster designed by Saul Bass in 1957.
Surprisingly hard to find actual Bass posters online! Think this is one of my favorites.
Think its a bit wrong that he is probably best known for his movie posters when its his motion graphics that were most revolutionary. Also found a bit of his illustration work in my research, I especially like this book. A man of many talents obviously! 

Do you have any links to his motion graphics?

theoinglis:

Love in the afternoon, poster designed by Saul Bass in 1957.

Surprisingly hard to find actual Bass posters online! Think this is one of my favorites.

Think its a bit wrong that he is probably best known for his movie posters when its his motion graphics that were most revolutionary. Also found a bit of his illustration work in my research, I especially like this book. A man of many talents obviously! 

Do you have any links to his motion graphics?