New Typography Designs

At the very dawn of book printing or book writing to be more exact, those people, who created/wrote/copied books treated their job very seriously. Though it took pretty much time to create a book, every item was created like a true fine art masterpiece – not only it contained the information and knowledge, it was also marked with fine ornaments, text decorations, and font designs of the highest art grade. Later, when printing press was invented and book printing turned into mass production, most of the decorative features of typography have been sacrificed for the sake of quantity of end products, simplicity of production, and economic interests.

Since the second half of the 20th century when humanity entered the computerized era, artistic component of typography has spread its wings again. The potential of designing text has opened up again in its full. With the help of modern tools and techniques, font designers moved typography to the next level of its developing, being able to realize any of the ideas or plans, generated by human creative imagination. Melted cheese and splashed paint, roadway and neon lights – everything can be used to create featured font design. Today we would like to share with our reader the collection of such modern typography designs, demonstrating really endless imagination and limitless capabilities of designing text appearance as one of the variations of the applied art.

Money Babies by Leigh Whipday

Cheesy Type by Leigh Whipday

Ladies & Gentlemen by Leigh Whipday

Jesus Christ by Andrew Hesham

PSICO POSTER by V. PSICO

Pakistan – typography by Faria Malik

Pet Spot by Vagelis Gkravaritis

FREE FONT “HM02″ by HIDENORI MOTOYAMA

BsAs by Jorge Lawerta

If typography wasn’t cool… by Pedro Veneziano

FN_RE_EVO by Ismael Fino

Logo by lisa

Veni Vidi Verti by Emily Johnson

Círculos sobre la tierra by LuisAngelUribe Triangular

“DILLA”CIOUS by Jonas Jean

Neskro – Lettering – (project remained in the drawers) by 30 Dirty Fingers

Illustration for Urbanite Magazine, August 2011 by Susannah Lohr

DNMSTCH Slogan by Fausto Baena Garcés

Frankton by Joerg Agostini

Früchte meiner Lenden by Joerg Agostini

As the world my eyes see poster by Stayros til Georgakopoulos

welcome by kid grandios

Out of control by NICO189

Lián Types by arnoKath

EMIGRE by arnoKath

open mic poster by Christopher Gulczynski

My whole story by Marko Purac

Type is of the essence by Marko Purac

Vintage Fonts by Sebastián Andaur

Interlaced Initials Stencilled by arnoKath

Fluid Druid by Steven Bonner

TYPODERMIC by arnoKath

PiG002 by Danny PiG

Get-On by Stefan Chin2off

Water by Andreas Leonidou

Election 08 by Ross Whelan

You And Me Melt Away by Kyle Warfield

sweet nothings by Mihail Mihaylov

im cheap by Andreas Leonidou

merry christmas by Stefan Chin2off

under by Stefan Chin2off

BURSTing_the_EMOTIONS by Stefan Chin2off

Herb Lubalin Dedication by error_message

TYPE by error_message

What’s your type? by error_message

Everyone loves.. by Andreas Leonidou

Engage with your Imagination by Stefan Chin2off

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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.

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