Base Design Studio’s Thierry Brunfaut has released a series of typographic design advice posters, each of which was created in no more than five minutes.
Thierry says he found inspiration for the series in his “poor Belgian brain.” Each piece uses the agency’s bespoke sans serif Basetica typeface. “We wanted to get to some kind of neutrality, but of course you don’t find neutrality,” he says.
The 20 posters form the third series of five-minute posters launched by Base Design Studio, with previous batches launched in 2012 and 2014.
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