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Endless Typography Inspiration

by Sandra Iakovleva

Today’s collection is not about your standard set of typefaces. It’s a collection of personal findings, or rather a growing pool of typography inspiration for anyone deeply in love with typography. Inevitably, these artists and projects will change your perspective on traditional typographic designs and stretch your understanding of what typography is and can be in the hands of professionals.

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The talented designers showcase typography through different mediums from food to 3D printing, and highly experimental designs. The collection is not endless per se, but represents a flow of creativity with ideas that might just fuel your imagination. Embrace the many lessons to be learned and as Fridays and other celebratory days usually go, sit back and enjoy this mini typography gallery with your morning (or afternoon) coffee.

Social Decay by Andrei Lacatusu

Andrei Lacatusu typography design

Andrei Lacatusu typography design

Andrei Lacatusu typography design

Creative lettering by Brad Flaherty

Brad Flaherty typography design

Brad Flaherty typography design

Brad Flaherty typography design

Handcrafted lettering by Thomas Payne

Thomas Payne typography design

Thomas Payne typography design

Paper typography by Miguel Dias

Miguel Dias typography design

Miguel Dias typography design

Miguel Dias typography design

Hand lettering by Guillermo Vigil

Guillermo Vigil typography design

Guillermo Vigil typography design

Guillermo Vigil typography design

Fauxsaics: Typographic mosaic by Nick Misani

Nick Misani mosaic design

Nick Misani mosaic design

Nick Misani mosaic design

Hand lettering by Travis Stewart

Travis Stewart typography design

Travis Stewart typography design

Travis Stewart typography design

Creative typography by Eltipo

Eltipo typography design

Eltipo typography design

Eltipo typography design

Typographic artwork by Graza

Graza typography design

Graza typography design

Graza typography design

Coral inspired typography by Oliver Latta

Oliver Latta typography design

Oliver Latta typography design

Food typography by Becca Clason

Becca Clason typography design

Becca Clason typography design

Becca Clason typography design

Hand embroidered lettering by Valeria Molinari

Valeria Molinari typography design

Valeria Molinari typography design

Valeria Molinari typography design

Experimental typography by Rafael Merino

Rafael Merino typography design

Rafael Merino typography design

Creative typography in quotes by Jenue

Jenue typography design

Jenue typography design

Jenue typography design

The wanderlust alphabet by Jack Daly

Jack Daly typography design

Jack Daly typography design

Jack Daly typography design

3D typography by Miguel Sousa

Miguel Sousa typography design

Miguel Sousa typography design

Miguel Sousa typography design

Typographic illustrations by Coen Pohl

Coen Pohl typography design

Coen Pohl typography design

Coen Pohl typography design

Hand lettering by David Milan

David Milan typography design

David Milan typography design

David Milan typography design

Creative lettering by Jorge Lawerta

Jorge Lawerta typography design

Jorge Lawerta typography design

Typographic light installations by David Drebin

David Drebin typography design

David Drebin typography design

Hand lettering by Marco van Luijn

Marco van Luijn typography design

Marco van Luijn typography design

Colorful numbers by Muokkaa Studio

Muokkaa Studio typography design

Muokkaa Studio typography design

Creative typography by Luke Choice

Luke Choice typography design

Luke Choice typography design

Luke Choice typography design

Alphabet city by Ranganath Krishnamani

Ranganath Krishnamani typgraphy design

Ranganath Krishnamani typgraphy design

Ranganath Krishnamani typgraphy design

3D printed type sculptures by Ben Johnston & Mark Simmons

Ben Johnston & Mark Simmons typography design

Ben Johnston & Mark Simmons typography design

If you enjoyed this article, pick up those pens and sketchbook that are collecting dust and help us complete the list. In case you’re feeling a little more ambitious and just want to design, head over to Crello to channel your creative energy today.

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