Artist Makes Soft and Syrupy Typography Visuals that Flow and Mutate

It’s easy to get lost in the constant stream of visuals we are surrounded by daily. This visual fatigue can either be a challenge or an inspiration for visual artists — offering a thrilling opportunity to explore new styles and technologies. Continue reading »

Experimental Typography and Graphic Design by Wanwai Shum

Rotterdam-based graphic designer Wanwai Shum first spoke to us back in 2019 when still studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven in Rotterdam. Continue reading »

The New Aesthetic of Graphic Design and Typography by Daan Rietbergen

Daan Rietbergen is an Utrecht based independent graphic designer and artist specialized in visual identity, poster design and typography. Continue reading »

The Liquid Typography by Alex Valentina

Alex Valentina is a graphic designer from Italy who graduated from KHIB, Bergen, Norway, and is based in London, UK. A musician, music producer and video director, he also occasionally designs typefaces. At The Designers Foundry, he released the fairytale font Goliagolia in 2019, and the spindly lava lamp font GabyGaby in 2020. Continue reading »

“Always Moving Under the Surface”: Organic Typography by Alex Ortiga

Alex Ortiga was born on February 21, 1993 in Gemona del Friuli. He grew up in Udine, where he graduated as a computer expert in 2012. During the S.Y. 2009-2010 he obtained the Adobe Photoshop Certification, and he soon started to work as graphic designer. Continue reading »

Incredible Typography Works of Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf is a South African graphic designer based in Portland, Oregon and one of our very special guests for this year’s edition. He has a strong focus on diverse, experimental custom lettering and identity design. Jordan was awarded the ADC Young Gun in 2013 and he’s our proof to the world that if you can dream it, then you can definitely do it. Continue reading »

Ornate & Highly Decorative 3D Typography by Katt Phatt

Katt Phatt shared a beautiful 3D project on Behance featuring some ornate and highly decorative design. A typographic piece which accentuates curves within typography. With the addition of 3D to further enhance the effects. The tools used were: Autodesk 3ds MaxPixologic ZbrushCorona Renderer. Continue reading »

Thrifted Vintage Plates Made Irreverent With Typography By Marie-Claude Marquis

Canadian artist Marie-Claude Marquis gives a new meaning to antique second-hand plates with witty typographical interventions. Often irreverent and full of trending pop culture references, her one-liners address and poke fun at our society in the digital age, sexuality, religion, consumerism, and mental health. The subjects she tackles spiced up with a humorous approach make her work bold and controversial. Continue reading »

This Book Is Dedicated To Arcade Game Typography, And Only 1000 Copies Available!

The first book of its kind – a definitive and beautifully designed survey of ’70s, ’80s and early ’90s arcade game pixel typography. Continue reading »

An Instagram Account Dedicated To Learning Basic French Through Beautiful Typography


Ouest = West

Discover the beauty of the French language! Continue reading »

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” Unveils Vibrant Posters With Delightful Typography

This series of character posters reveal the colorful ensemble of the Star Wars spinoff that take on a more humorous vibe. The first poster that comes in a vibrant orange hue shows Alden Ehrenreich holding the signature blaster of Han Solo. Continue reading »

20 Typography Rules Every Designer Should Know

Good typography is the difference between amateur and professional design. It arouses the user’s interest and ensures that your message gets read. Continue reading »

Honest, Valuable & Intelligent Advice And Statements Presented In A Way That Exists Somewhere Pleasantly Between Design And Typography

Adam J. Kurtz is a Brooklyn-based artist and author whose first book, 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion has been translated into fifteen languages. In addition to personal work, he’s collaborated on products for retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Strand Bookstore, and Fishs Eddy, and made work for companies including Pepsi, Adobe and the New York Times. In 2016, he was named one of PRINT Magazine’s “15 Under 30” New Visual Artists.

In his spare time, he enjoys listening to Alanis Morissette and eating bread. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Inspiring Typography On Landscapes

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Don’t you just love quotes that still the mind? If so, you’ll enjoy this series by Julian Bialowas. This is a collection of inspiring snippets (that will make you think about life) set on beautiful photos of landscapes and mountains taken by Julian himself. Julian Bialowas is a Canadian freelance Designer & Photographer currently living in Calgary, Alberta. Creator of 365q and a co-creator of 16HOURS Magazine. Continue reading »

Autotypography

Amazing typo project by Singapore based graphic designer, Darius Ou Dahao. Continue reading »

Living Typography by Nishant Jethi

The number of House Sparrows has dramatically decreased in recent times because of a lack of nesting areas in the modern environments we build. This project looks to give, not only a nice look to nameplates and house numbers, but also a nice home for Sparrows. Each hallow wooden 3D letter provides ample room for Sparrows to nest and breed. Continue reading »

Illustrations, Lettering and Typographic Design by Huston Wilson

Huston Wilson produces work under the name Hust. Having grown up in the community of Eldorado Park in Johannesburg, South Africa, is a self-taught Designer, with focus on Typography, Lettering and Illustration. Continue reading »

Ben Chelouche Created Two 3D Alphabets For 36 Days Of Type Challenge

Typography can be atypical. Sure, there are fonts that we instantly recognize, but some go beyond that. Ben Chelouche accepted the 36 days of type challenge and created not just one, but two different alphabets. One was based around food, and the other was based on nostalgia. From avocados to zucchinis, from Atari to Zelda, he covered the whole range of the alphabet, and in turn, foods and nostalgic items. Continue reading »

“In Between Superloons”: The Digital Cryptosurrealism of Bruno Cassa

Bruno Cassa is a Brazilian digital and crypto artist. In his amazing work he uses 3d animation, enhanced by typography in what is commonly referred to today as crypto-art. Continue reading »

“Darkness is Spreading Rapidly Lately”: The Superb Dark Photo Works and ‘Baugasm’ Posters by Vasjen Katro

Vasjen is a Graphic and Visual Designer from Albania. He has been designing Mobile Applications, Websites and Ads for 10+ years. Continue reading »

Lettering Artist Rafael Serra Creates Popular Logos in A Vintage Spirit

Pizza Hut, Spotify, Liddl… Inspired by advertising and marketing from the 70s, Portuguese type designer and lettering artist Rafael Serra imagined what modern brand logos would look like if they had been designed some decades ago. Playing with colors and typography, the artist offers a new version of these logos that we know very well today, and gives them a vintage and retro style. Continue reading »

Winners Of The Visual Storytelling Contest By The Independent Photographer

Here are the winners and finalists of The Visual Storytelling Contest By The Independent Photographer.

“From classic social documentary to imaginative storytelling: The art of visual storytelling encompasses a wide range of possibilities with at its heart, the will to tell a story and we were seeking visual artists aiming to captivate and share their stories with awareness and conviction.”

American photographer Nichole Sobecki, represented by renowned photo agency VII, was the judge of the competition.

Berber Theunissen – 1st Prize – “The Soul Within”

“The growing body. The excitement. Noticing the old me fading away, the beginning of a new life. The fear of losing him again, the mental scars after the miscarriage. The first strong kicks, slowly regaining trust in my body. The growing love. The healing homebirth. Meeting the soul that had been with us already all those years, finally earth side. The double sword: fatigue, heartbreaking fears, overwhelming responsibilities alternated with a soft inner peace, overpowering happiness.” Continue reading »

Canadian Artist David Huynh Used the Logos from Famous Companies to Depict His Own Perspective of Those Companies

Some might have you believe that creating a logo for a company is a fairly straightforward task, while in fact it is not. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist and Designer CHA2’s Cyberpunk Headgear Looks Like It Came from The Future

If your Venn diagram of interests includes Japanese subculture, street fashion, and cyberpunk, chances are you already know about Hirofumi Matsuura, who goes by the artist name CHA2 (pronounced “cha-tsu”) and runs the fashion brand trico inc. Continue reading »

The Art of Hand-Lettering with Stefan Kunz

Hand lettering has become an increasingly popular art form and these creative lettering styles are almost everywhere – whether it’s the logo of your favorite coffee shop, burger restaurants’ chalkboards, the stationery or adverts and wall art, to name just a few. Continue reading »