Archive for the ‘Typography Design’ Category

Axis Maps unveils their new art project called Typographic Maps. These unique maps accurately depict the streets and highways, parks, neighborhoods, coastlines, and physical features of the city using nothing but type. The full picture of the city emerges only by manually weaving together thousands upon thousands of carefully placed words. Every single piece of type [...]

Before & After Magazine’s new short how-to video tutorial shows how simple it is to make Bavarian-style gold edging on text. Take a look.

The Thoughts In Type series posters are the ultimate in Rebus goodness!

Jonny Wan’s letterfoms are his self initiated project to further his personal practice into working more closely with type. He created the whole alphabet to not only get a feel for working with letterforms but also to experiment with how he can manipulate his style to suit the type.

Andrei Robu is the design director and managing partner at Acme design office in Bucharest. He specializes in lettering and illustration.

Gordon Young is a visual artist who focuses on creating art for the public domain. His work ranges from sculptures to typographic pavements for places as disrelated as government headquarters and village squares. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of Europe’s leading open air art organizations. As part of a major fundraising initiative, the Walk of [...]

Wood McGrath was commissioned to design the award for The British Council Art, Architecture & Design department’s International Young Design Entrepreneur of the Year 2007. Each year the award consists of a unique A1 framed poster, which features the same quote by writer George Bernard Shaw. Their interpretation of the quote led them to divide [...]


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