Emily Williams April 11th, 2012

Typographical Infographics That’ll Make You Go “Wow!”

Words are a really powerful tool to express what you think, but an even more powerful weapon to visualize your main thoughts and concept are graphics. To be more specific a rich combination of beautiful typographical signs, letters and symbols. By using different fonts, sizes and styles it's possible to create stunning typographical infographics. All you need is an awesome idea and some prior knowledge on the topic to visualize your thoughts and present them to your audience. Typographical infographics are much more than simple pictures with captivating statistics. These creations enhance the world of creativity and artistry through their precision and succinctness. With the help of elegant design and familiar associations, they turn complex graphics into easily digestible messages. Just don't be afraid of experimenting with letters and stunning design approaches. Choose the composition and layout that reflects your theme best and let your imagination fly. We've collected an amazing set of infographics made entirely of type. Have a look at the collection below and see for yourselves how the play of letters and words can be effective and compelling.

Typographical Infographics

Panda Infographic by Lish-55 Giant-Panda typography infographics Factoid City by heyjoshboston Factoid City typography infographic Our Streets. Our City by Brian Gossett Our Streets. Our City typography infographics Infographic of Africa by ericajloh Africa typography infographic Homicide infographic by MrDinkleman homicide infographic Top 100 fonts of all time by Skele kitty top 100 fonts of all  time typography infographic Got a Light by DesertViper got a light typography infographic On words by slimbos on words typography infographic Jobs Visionary by 802.11 Jobs visionary typography infographics Advertising by Bradley R. Hughes advertising typography infographics Government by Jonathan Harris government typography infographics Typography concept by whatshername13 typography infographic Helvetica font weights by Tommy Swanson helvetica font typography infographics Typeface by MiaPi typeface typography infographics Rockmap beta 1.4 by Ernesto Lago rockmap typography infographic Getting around by uncoated getting around typography infographic Insomnia by canadadrugcenter insomnia typography infographics Political climate by Albertson design political climatr typography infographics Healthcare Infographic by Veronica Dominique healthcare typography infographics Typography infographic by Peter Grundy typography infographics Advice for designers by Gareth Parry advice for designers typograpy infographic Death probabilities by Julia Hoffmann death probabilities typography infographics Beer map by Michael Wentz beer typography infographics Hot typographical infographic by Christian Ross typographical infographics Network by Dennis Crowley network typography inspiration Data Table Exercise by Inan Olcer Data table exercise typography infographic Evolution by Renee Alvarado evolution typography infographic Flight Delays by Carl DeTorres airports typography infographic Speaking my language by rhealpoirier speaking my language typography infographic Facebook infographic by Doogie Horner Facebook typography infographic History of the elements by B0nzo history of the elements typography infographic Infographic on infographics by zabisco infographic on infographics

Emily Williams

Emily Williams is a passionate writer who proudly claims that girls can run design blogs too! To make sure why she is so confident of it just visit her blog DesignWebKit


  1. Great post, Emily. Am thinking a few of these would make great posters for my home or office; I guess I’m an infoholic! They can be a bit confusing or overwhelming in some places, but I love them anyway. Just out of curiosity, do you have a favorite here? Thanks again for sharing these!

    1. Thanks Lorne, for your comment. I like all of them, cause every graphic conveys really interesting thoughts and concept. But want to single out “Our Streets. Our City” infographic, cause of a creative way of its implementation and a positive mood it brings to readers, and “Typography infographic” by Peter Grundy, cause of its complex structure and stylish design. But all the same, I adore all these artworks :)
      Your idea about posters is cool :) I would like to hang “Got a Light” infographic in the office, maybe it’ll help to prevent smoking.

  2. its really amazing.. i really impressed…thanks for sharing this…its so much difficult make it, and u did it..hats off..thanks a lot again for sharing

  3. I am design freak but to be honest I like more those infographics that has information that I have never seen or read but I don’t pay too much information to the design. I like if it’s clean and easy to read and not filled with graphics.

    1. Hi Steven, thanks for your comment :)
      I fully agree that the main purpose of the informational graphic is to show the data and statistics in an easy-understandable way. These infographics are not simple, they have complex design and original structure, but it’s their special spice and thanks to it, this kind of artworks stands out against others made only of numbers.

      1. I think Steven is Right, although they have great designs or, to say it better, great “graphics” they are somehow hard to follow, of course it would depend on the support they are thinked for.
        Great Round up

  4. Girl if anyone thinks girls can’t run design blogs? This article will certainly silent them. I rate it the best article in many a months…. Keep rocking and keep feeding us these tasty articles…..

    1. Fuad, a huge thank you for such inspirational and nice words! :) I’ll try to do my best :)
      Wish you an amazing sunny day!

  5. Hello, I left a reply yesterday and really don’t understand why it was removed. No links, keywords, spam or advertisement. Please put it back. Thank you

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