David Airey is an independent graphic designer working with companies of all sizes since 2005.

Pulp Fiction in typography

Here’s a nice example of typography, designed around a scene from the excellent Tarantino movie, Pulp Fiction. Please be aware that there’s some harsh language throughout the video clip.

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How to use typography in music videos

The Child

Typography can be seen all around us, in almost every aspect of our lives. There’s a music video, called ‘The Child’ for French DJ Alex Gopher, which was created back in 1999 and it’s definitely worth a look if you haven’t seen it already. In fact, even if you have it’s still enjoyable.

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Movie title sequences

Movie title sequence

How big a movie fan are you? Do you get to the cinema early so you can watch the trailers or do you leave it until the last minute?

I’m a big movie lover. Especially those films with an added design element at the beginning.

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Typography School

On the effects computers are having on the next generation of type users.

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abc…xyz F*?! off

How proficient is your sign language? This collection of matchbooks gives a little refresher course, doubling up as some clever design. It’s a novel idea that I hadn’t seen before. I posted this article under typography but wasn’t really sure where it should go. Regardless, I like it. From C71123 courtesy of Marc Rapp.

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