Typography: Word Art

 Found some new typography to share with you all! Looking at them inspires me to look at fonts/words differently than the good old Times New Roman font we use day to day, and to appreciate words as an art form in itself. 

Adolfo Correa:

Erik Erdokozi:

The incomplete circles and curves with the lines in a variation of thickness or boldness really gives the ‘Bloob’  impact.


Iglika Kodjakova:

Very creative and colourful; the Animal Typography would look cute for children books and cartoons!

Did you know starfish don’t have brains?

Ale Paul:

Ale Paul has used the Piel Script for tattoos. Maybe cursive writing seems more elegant?

Diana Mircheva:

The Abion typeface with the lines from different directions make ordinary words look unique. Like how they’ve matched the colours as well.

Which one do you like? What makes a particular one more “successful” than the others? Feel free to comment.


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