Noupe Editorial Team November 24th, 2008

Typographic Madness: 30 Brilliant Piece of Work

We cannot escape typography; it's everywhere on the web. In most modern designs it is used to not only present information but also be read by the users. Designers use type to create breath-taking designs to communicate their ideas through their works.

Today we’re going to take a look at 30 brilliant typographic artworks, that shows great talent of such creative designers.

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1. Full Spectrum Dominance
typography
2. Sense and nonSense
typography
3. KEEP RENO GREEN POSTER
typography
4. SIGNAL DECEMBER
typography
5. MAC . ARABIA
typography
6. Some People refuse 2 b default
typography
7. LOLLIPOP LOVE 5 POSTER
typography
8. Desire
typography
9. BLACKOUT POSTER
typography
10. Full Spectrum Dominance
typography
11. So
typography
12. Significant Numbers
typography
13. 3D Text
typography
14. 3d Typography Designs
typography
15. The Capative Birds
typography
16. Make the Most of Open Type
typography
17. Lukano Font
typography
18. Collide
typography
19. Children of the idiom
typography
20. ?napodi Klosti Poster
typography
21. Found on Typography Served
typography
22. Helvetica
typography
23. gordo.ttf // boceto
typography
24. Guardian self negotiated front cover
typography
25. An Odyssey in Typography
typography
26. Omnivore delight
typography
27. Arctic Paper
typography
28. What we do in life, echoes in eternity
typography
29. I hope I’m not forgetting anything
typography
30. Natural
typography

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38 comments

  1. I must admit I think that the best looking Typography are the pieces that look good, but are also easily read. When it comes to the web the latter becomes very important.

  2. Yeah, great examples. I have seen a couple before, but really liked the ones I have not. I think the ‘Significant Numbers’ is my favorite.

    Love the variety in the examples – inspired!

  3. Some nice work, but truthfully, most of these are arguably illustrations than typography per se; maybe “type-influenced or type-based” illustrations.

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

  4. Amazing design selections! My background in design is primarily focused on printing but I might use these as proof that a name can be used alone if designed cleverly enough. Who needs a logo when your name does all the talking for you?

  5. These designs are wonderful. Is there any source on the net for the persons who want to learn these type of typography designs?

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