Emotions and Character Expressed by Types

When the meaning meets the form and the latter underlines, highlights, and intensifies the meaning, it is called the typography craft, technique, and art, known to people since the dawn of the history of human civilization culture. Once people noticed that the way the text is written affects the way it is perceived by readers, so they started to design and arrange the types in a particular order, adding decorative elements, backgrounds, and thus introducing the art constituent into seemingly pure technical process of writing words and sentences.

In spite of the fact that typography or font design dates back almost to the times immemorial, this art has not moved into the category of outdated and extinct crafts. Instead, during the previous century, the art of typography received the second wind. Thanks to the development of digital means of font designing and editing, typography is now widely popular among both enthusiasts and professionals of modern design, serving multiple industries from advertising to publishing and to online media. This showcase is to demonstrate the flourishing nature of the modern typography, its innovative transformations, and unbelievable achievements. Enjoy the types!

Together We Type & Divided We Fall by Mark Brooks

Typefunkography by Rodrigo Francisco

The Jazz 09 Journal by Atelier Martino&Jaña

Sexy Mashup! by Pete Harrison

CV / self promo book by Patrycja Zywert

Guimarães JAZZ 2009 by Atelier Martino&Jaña

Conan O’Brien // Kinetic Typography by Jacob Gilbreath

Watercolor Typography by Sasha Prood

The Collection | PART 2 by André Beato

Visa – Go by Peter Jaworowski

LOGOS by Petya Savova

Various Type Designs by Markie Darkie

Write a Bike by Juri Zaech

Kilogram by KalleGraphics

Letterform for the Ephemeral by Amandine Alessandra

I HATE 2D POSTERS by Ersinhan Ersin

Good Morning Stranger 09 by Nicolas Girard

Why not by Nik Ainley

Colorcubic Experimental Prints by Colorcubic

No Lies Just Love by Jordan Metcalf

Homo Faber by Kamen Kamenov

Typography by Jeff Finley

Paper & Love Typeface by Chris Berthe

Typo-graphic Dope by Francesco Muzzi

Whale, a way too fat italic by Davide Mottes

Typoart by R-o-o-T

Typography Drill by Steven Wood

Typography by Ethan Celuch

ARRUMANDO A CASA by Everton Gargioni

Ichi by Fluid Design

Finlay by Dan Chamberlain

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Pavol Janovicek

With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.