The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.
I like the use of negative space in this image to best convey the idea behind it. Not to mention it makes the text look interesting. <<Negative space in graphic design is a whole other art form all it's own>>
Fuck it I’m going to post Cinderblock again it’s just so hot — “If prisons are built with stones of law, then powerful words indeed are built with letters of Cinderblock–the World’s Tallest Typeface. Inspired by masonry and available in eight.
Alexis Reid | Type Specimen Book A specimen book of six typefaces. I wasn't allowed to use my all-time love, Mrs Eaves, but the book features Filosofia, Neutraface, Didot, Futura, Adobe Caslon, and Clarendon. View more work at alexisreiddesign.com