Creative Typography

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simple design and yet caught my eye because of how the text was positioned and invited me to look deeper at the poster than just 2 seconds. But yet was able to communicate the information clearly and effectively.

I like how the background the isn't completely black and how the text isn't completely white or gray, it is a scratched out in diagonal lines. The different types of gray also show the two different messages the text is showing, and draw your eyes.

I like logos that are words as objects.  Creative!

20 Successful Fruit & Vegetable Logo Designs

- This Logo is a really cool twist on fresh fruit, I think its super clever, and it's very hard to be successful scrunching text like this but it works here! - Delicious Fruit & Vegetable Logo Designs for Inspiration

50 créations autour de la typographie et du graphisme - inspiration-typographie

50 créations autour de la typographie et du graphisme

We put together different creations based on typography, posters and original projects. You will discover a combination of graphic styles that use typography, calligraphy and lettering in order to give you inspiration for your next creations, or simply ha

I think this font is cool and fun

Hand lettered page from the book, "Studio handbook : lettering : over 250 pages, lettering, design and layouts, new alphabets by Hercio Dias

It's cool that they are two different words but they look so similar.  This is well done

Typography and font ideas and inspiration. Love this yellow say yes typographic poster. Sometimes, being creative just feels impossible. Here's how to make it possible again. Powerful grey and black bold font on yellow background.

This reminds me of being a child.  I used to always make up alphabets and write things in it, then forget and make a new one a week later.

This is one of my favorites on Wiccan Supplies, Witchcraft Supplies & Pagan Supplies Experts-Eclectic Artisans: Witches` Alphabet poster

Implied lines and letters are COOL

There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.

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