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Alphabet of the Countries

Alphabet of the Countries

Alphabet of the Countries is a non-commercial project by art director Pavel Zertsikel at Zergutdesign Studio. The idea was to make a bunch of hand-lettered logotypes, which represent our notion of a particular country.

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Typographic Posters Defining Words & Their Meaning

Typographic Posters Defining Meanings

Creative graphic designer Arun Raj from India created a series of illustrations explaining the meaning of different words. Its a fun typography project with clever illustrations that are easy to understand.

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Typography Sculptures: Evolution of Typography

Graphic artist and sculptor Andreas Scheiger surgically opened the letters and discovered muscles, veins, tendons and bones just like other living creatures.

He inspired this idea when he came across the book “The Alphabet and Elements of Lettering” which analyzes the alphabet and compares letters to human organisms.

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10 Excellent Examples of Typography Portraits

Typographic Illustration / Portrait

We have heard these memorable sayings like “A good sketch is better than a long speech” or “A picture is worth a thousand words”. Sometime, the most complicated issue and matter can be simplified and expressed over a single image, but today I want to show you something different, a hybrid of both.

The images below are the examples of very unique approach to portrait illustrations. They are the mixture of both images and typography. The creative manipulation of font types, sizes and keywords can form a great portrait artwork.

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Bone Typography: Constructing Words From Bones

Bone Typography

Freelance designer & illustrator, Teagan White from Chicago created an amazingly anatomically-themed typography prints. She created various typographic pieces that use Human bones.

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