Typographical Content

We write all the time. We jot down phone messages, pen thank you's to our friends and family, and maybe even do a little Dear Diary-ing from time to time. Our penmanship can identify us to coworkers, siblings, possibly (yikes!) the crime lab. The way we cross our t's and dot our i's (I've finally outgrown the heart-over-the-i stage!) is a part of who we are, like our face or voice. That being said, some artists take it to a whole new level. Peruse NotCot and you'll find countless entries on typography (well, okay, only 109 posts, but that a lot!), and some of the findings are nothing less than magnificent! Here are some of my favorites for your viewing pleasure...
 
Customised Fruit by Sarah King @ Evening Tweed




Ink and Water by Craig Ward


 


 



Letter E by Dan Tobin Smith



I [heart] Milton by Oded Ezer

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Blogger Juxtaposition Design said...

This is awesome! I have a weird love for different texts and the images I think they portray. I also take my handwriting/lettering very seriously haha. I think this must have started with the first drafting class I took in middle school

October 22, 2008 at 8:50 PM  

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