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“Wanderlust Alphabet” Features Travel Highlights of International Cities From ‘A’ to ‘Z’

This clever typographic collection uses each letter in the alphabet to visually represent a different city around the world.

Though some of these would be inappropriate to share, some of these fonts would be interesting to show my yearbook class. Creative thinking--love it

Clever logos

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.

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Food & Type · @36DaysofType · 2016

de hierbabuena y helvetica by by I thought this poster was really different and texturally interesting in using leaves in the cut out "H.

This piece is both complicated and beautiful. All the lines seem to come together at one point or another. The contrasting color from top to bottom is nice

25 Amazing Typography Graphic Designs for your inspiration

Anamorphic typography will twist your mind | Typography | Creative Bloq

Anamorphic typography will twist your mind

Cool one and true shit ! Typography by Lex Wilson. I thought this was a clever idea that could possibly be used as a table top advertizement

"Typography Illustrations Vol.2" by El Juantastico.

"Typography Illustrations by El Juantastico. I love the details of the waves and how it creates the word. It gives a lot of texture, rhythm, and weight to the type but the negative space helps us to visually perceive what it says.

Typography experiments will encourage you to have fun

Typography experiments will encourage you to have fun

Type & Lettering Inspiration | From up North this is kind of like what were doing now except were using objects to make our face

Typography inspiration

Typeface Posters I love this, because the letters themselves aren't creating anything visually, its the lighting that creates the shadows of the letters, revealing the words.

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