The Typography represents the art of arranging type, processing data and printing from it. More importantly, it is a useful medium through which you can communicate creative ideas and your thoughts. It’s a crucial part, especially for web designer. Typography can make or break a website design. A good typography doesn’t only provide readability ease but it also increases user engagement and interest towards the content. And that’s the reason you should never underestimate the use of typography.
We all know images worth a thousand words. Our knowledge is fairly limited when it comes to typography layouts. This is an article where you will see use of images and words together. Generally, these kinds of combination deliver more informative, compelling and precious stuff. Our aim is to hit you with a serious dose of inspiration for your next project. We are presenting some beautiful typography examples that include posters, 3d+4d animations, print projects, font showcase, editorial design and more.
“If you can’t make it good, at least make it look good.” – Bill Gates
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Credit: Great 3d Typography work by Rizon Parein.
Credit: The four dimensional type design made by intersecting objects in an orthogonal way in space, created by Lo Siento Studio.
Colorful Candy Numbers
Unique Numbering Style
Credit: Cool, creative and compelling number designs by r4dn.
Hand Embroidered Typography
Credit: Hand embroidered lettering crumbs by MaricorMaricar.
Credit: Amazing piece of work by Sixnfive.
Credit: The wooden bookshelf project, designed by Matt Innes and Saori Kajiwara.
Poster and Pin Work
Credit: These are results of creative thinking of a graphic designer, Martin Pyper.
Poster of Listen Watch and Play
Credit: These posters are created for Xbox creative studio, designed by Chris LaBrooy.
Credit: The Trendsetter and Slinkytype are created by a designer/photographer/art director, Paul Hollingworth.
Write a bike
Credit: Designed by a Swiss art director, Juri Zaech
Designer: Luke Lucas
Design credit: Chris LaBrooy
Design credit: Baimu Studio
Source: Jun Duffy
Designer: Teagan White