New Work from Almost Modern


The Netherlands based agency Almost Modern has updated their site with some juicy new work. Pictured here is an invitation to the ‘Popular Populism’ debate set in Folio.        

7 Comments on "New Work from Almost Modern"

  • Greg says

    Oh Antonio,
    Got to say, this bores me.

  • Jason says

    These people are so repetitive and dull that I get tired. Put 3 words with an Helvetica, Folio or any type and become a “cool super designer”. Damn, this a bad philosophy.

  • To each his own I guess. I find this piece to be aesthetically beautiful.

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  • Dan says

    Nice poster, love the simplicity of form (the subtle Folio) and the content that retains its double meaning tension.

    I can imagine that if you only look to the form (one dimensional way of looking at things) that rapidly ceases, but then that says more about the way you look at it then were you looking at.

  • ben says

    these guys are so NOT original. Doing the same (experimental jetset) trick over and over and over and over…. zzzz

  • Klaas says

    Hello Ben, I actually don’t see the EJ trick at all, could you explain me what this is? I must agree with Dan it looks like it if you just look at it like you look at a nice girl (nothing wrong with that :)) but then you have to compare it with the whole modernist generation as well.
    I think these almost modern guys are way more human then the really rational EJ.

    Hey but that’s just subjective.

    Typographer Massimo Vignelli proclaims, “I don’t think typeface has to be expressive at all,” in the sense that a typeface doesn’t have to seem to bark if it is spelling “dog.”