Nice Helvetica poster by designer Sean Rees. I love how the word “love” is intertwined with the word “Helvetica”. Clever.
Ooh that is nice, I wonder if you could buy a copy?
Very nice. I’ve always enjoyed the similiarity Helvetica has with the Swedish word for ‘hell’ – ‘helvete’ – and this is a brilliant take on the idea.
Thank you for the link Antonio! I’ve been a long-time reader of AisleOne, it’s an honor to be posted! : )
@ Ryan, I’m afraid this was a very limited print-run, however I’m considering printing some more… I will let you know if I do, thank you for your interest!
Go on Sean! I’ll buy one 😀
i love his tea/coffee self initiated project too. Great stuff.
I’ve had a couple of emails enquiring about the Love/Hate poster, which has made me think harder about getting some more printed! If anybody else is interested, please ping me an email and I’ll let you know when it’s done…
@ Ian, thank you very much for the kind words, I’ve been thinking of getting some Tea/Coffee mugs made, maybe with heat sensitive ink so when you’ve got a nice hot cuppa it’s blank, but when you’ve drank it and it goes cold, the mark re-appears and it’s time for another round of Tea/Coffee… Will see what costings are ; )
Regarding the Tea Coffee: I’m sure most of my studio mates will go ape shit for that! Pantone mugs are so 2007! 🙂
jejeje very good
I have to say, I miss being able to simply scroll down the page to quickly see what posts I have missed. Not a big deal when I keep up every day, but more often than not I go a few days between looking at AisleOne. A minor gripe, indeed… because the site does look nice! Cheers
Michael, that was one of the things I had to sacrifice with this design. You can still see the last 10 posts in the footer area under Recent Posts. I’m also trying to figure out how to add a previous button to the homepage so you can navigate to older posts.
Awesome work with the poster. You can add my name to the list of people who would purchase it. Maybe a small limited run would be nice.
Great work and very clever, you deserve to do well with the next edition of prints!
Just beautiful !
i like your blog.its too simply.you donr an ace time with the poster and your clever.keep on update this.