When spending the week about thinking of listening to type, David Carson immediately came to mind. His work in deconstructionism to me screams listening to type. This blog post was found in a book about the work of Carson called "The End Of Print: The Grafik Design of David Carson". It is a design for Fox Sports net. I can just hear the crowd screaming a countdown, can't you? Even though his designs are not for everyone, I like to take a break from the norm time to time and check out his work. The deconstruct of the numbers is what really brought me into this image.
This is a two page editorial that I found in Print magazine. It grabbed my attention because of the two page layout design. It is an article about a product called Launched feminine care, and has a quite legible serif typeface. In trying to remove the yellowish tint I somehow darkened the whiteness of the image. I will try to correct here in the next couple of days. I was looking in earlier 90s publications to find something from David Carson and ran across this layout. I don't think it could be anymore polar opposite from what Carson was doing. It has a real conservative and subtle look to it.