TYPOGRAPHY MUST BE SEEN AS WELL AS READ
Graphic design is a visual language. Audiences are approached as readers as well as viewers. Images are intended to be read and interpreted, as well as seen. Typography must be seen as well as read. Familiar clichés, vernacular typography, and text-image connections are exploited through powerful provocative narratives to create layers of meaning as well as layers of form. Graphic design’s characteristic nature continues to shift between the dichotomies of art and business, visual and verbal, scientific and intuitive, which in turn contribute to enriching typography’s role in graphic design and their relevance in today’s complex and fast-changing environment.
ROCKS & THINGS PHOTO ARTBOOK 1999
A collection of fine art photos by fashion photographer Roberto Dutesco taken during a sabbatical journey.
CLIENT: Roberto Dutesco
AGENCY: BOHA Design
ART DIRECTION : Linda Hackett, Michel Boyer, Rodolphe Charpentier
PHOTOS: Roberto Dutesco
COPYWRITING: Christophe Caron