The images above are samples from letterer/designer Drew Melton’s work from “The Phraseology Project”. The idea is a basic site with a form where Drew takes user submitted words or phrases and designs them with type. Since the project launched it has seen over 20,000 submissions and continues to be an outlet for creative play for [...]
Tuesday typographic inspiration by Bryan Patrick Todd. Bryan’s work was also recently featured in the Type Directors Club 58th annual exhibition for typographic excellence in communication design. The exhibition opened in New York and will be traveling around the world and shown in Canada, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Russia, Spain and Vietnam. A huge honor. Congrats Bryan! See [...]
Typographic inspiration from French studio BMD Design.
Clear typography on this street art by Sean Hart. Really easily conveys the message. He’s got a ton of work on his site. Check that out here.
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Great typography and messages on designs by Gemma Goode. It would be cool if they were available as a series of posters. Fantastic addition to an inspiration wall.
I’m a huge fan of Jon Contino’s work (see past post here). He’s made some updates to his site that I thought would be fantastic to share here. I’ve been wanting to do more sketching (especially with letterforms) to keep my mind going away from the computer, so his work is super inspiring to me. [...]
Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! I love typography so I see no better way to celebrate today than to celebrate it in today’s post. Check out these lovely V-day inspired designsI found on Typeinspire. Hope you enjoy the day! XOXO!
Remember Beyonce’s awesome Aug/Sep 2011 issue of Complex? Made recently posted a link to the interview with the artist/designer responsible for the artwork, Ebon Heath. It turns out that the text-based pieces you see wrapping Beyoncé on the cover and the inside spread are actually physical sculptures that Heath created—not 3D text renderings or altered [...]
I love this time-lapsed video from Brooklyn based designer and custom chalk letterer Dana Tanamachi. I can’t believe she does all of this by hand. Amazing talent. More of her videos are available on Vimeo.
The Alphabet 2 is a video experiment where each character visually represents the meaning of the word itself. Super cute.