FYI Monday: Modernist Typography Posters by Áron Jancsó

This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday Series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series.
Áron Jancsó is a freelance graphic designer from Budapest, Hungary. He’s a type addict and his style is a blend of modernism, street culture and calligraphy, but it is also very experimental. Áron manages to combine the clean Swiss graphic style with the more current “illegible typography” style beautifully. Please visit his Behance portfolio for more inspiration. And don’t forget to let everyone know which one’s your favourite piece.

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

FYI Monday Modernist Typography by Aron Jancso

Written by Franz Jeitz

Franz Jeitz is a freelance designer and owner of Fudgegraphics. Originally from Luxembourg he now lives in London. Franz loves design, music and is a tea enthusiast. Follow him on Twitter.

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6 Awesome Responses so far
  1. Szép munka, Áron! :)

  2. Amazing work! Love type design.

  3. Truly inspiring! The new shapes that are created by the placement of the letters are really interesting to me. I love the choice of colour palettes. The first three designs are my favourite, especially the OGAKI as it uses shapes within the letter, textures and depth of field, the composition is spot on, I’d love an A1 size copy to drool over.

  4. Modernism caught my eye. Well done!

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  1. Topicco – Blogs » FYI Monday: Modernist Typography Posters by Áron Jancsó
  2. Alte TypografenSchule · einheitsdesign.com

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