Typographic Chaos

Vlad Golosiy
Feb 26, 2014 2:42AM
Typographic Chaos emphasizes the importance of experimentation, and finding new approaches beyond various typographic systems, to solve design problems. It pushes the limits of communication by examining how an audience perceives and reacts to the subject matter. It utilizes three-dimensional space in order to achieve more variations of design. As a result, Typographic Chaos will not only promote creativity but will also help to form a better visual communication with an audience.
Golosiy experiments with graphic and textual elements in a poster design. He accentuates the relationship between the text-based information and the graphic component of a poster by challenging the rules of typography – the choice of typeface, the hierarchy of design elements, legibility and the application of a grid system.  
Vlad Golosiy
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