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.
STONE loves wayfinding and signage made in concrete. This project (unknown source) has a great color pallete. STONE creates bespoke concrete architectural products - designs like this make our job fun.
Alex Schlegel is a talented motion designer and illustrator based in Hamburg, Germany. This cool selection includes some of his features for the 36 Days of Type project. More typography inspiration via Behance
It seems I have a thing for liking simple types of fonts. This type puts the word into use by making everything outside of the "focus" circle blurry and everything inside of it super sharp and easy to read. The circle acts as a view finder for cameras as
The meaning of the word "missing" is portrayed frm the absences of stem of the letter "i". By leaving the titles, it portrays that a part of the letter has been removed, reinforcing the meaning of "missing".
I like the slight hidden message in this. Even with this however it is still easy to read and understand. The lettering is formal and smart, as though its a news column piece of text but the clean breaks and slight movement keep it fun and interesting.