In a series of fun type lettering, we see ingredients elegantly spelled out using the actual product itself. "Honey" is glisteningly gold, while "Anchovies" is scrawled from the salty fish.
Using intricate folded and quilled paper, combined with a great lettering and graphic design sense, Alia Bright has created compelling and fun work.
These mesmerizing letters are part of the 36 Days of Type project, and the work of designer Syddharth Mate.
A surreal and fantastic alphabet designed by Studio Graza.
A hand carved wooden typeface makes up the basis for British Columbia's rebranded tourism campaign.
Nick Misani's "Fauxsaics" showcase beautiful travel typography through floor tile designs.
Sadly, M.C. Escher never did make a typeface, but looking at this version called Oxymora, you could be forgiven for thinking he did. The head-bending font was created by artist Birgit Palma and it has just enough visual complexity and impossibility to make …
Via Nuria Bringué Bergua: Food Type (translated) Designing a typeface for a specific project and their subsequent implementation. The project is a collection of books on healthy eating. It consists of seven books, each devoted to a group of the food pyramid. …