Breathtaking Typography Inspiration – December vol.1


December issue dedicated to spectacular typography-inspired artworks is published. Being quite innovative, sometimes offbeat and of course, eye-catching such artworks easily become a perfect source for inspiration. In our fresh collection you will find vibrant hand-drawn illustrations, chalk type, surreal 3-d masterpieces, nature-inspired fonts and much more. The artists leverage various techniques and color scheme in order to create these spectacular images.

I hope you find something useful.

In addition, we have added couple of brand new free fonts at the end of the list.

1. Print Magazine Ad by E. W. Thomason Print Magazine Ad by E. W. Thomason

2. MTV EMA PITCH by Antoni Tudisco MTV EMA PITCH by Antoni Tudisco

3. Wild type by Txaber Wild type by Txaber

4. and the rest of 2013 by Steve Simpson and the rest of 2013 by Steve Simpson

5. pokefont by Letisha Stewart-Green pokefont by Letisha Stewart-Green

6.  Type islands by Rosario Nocera Type islands by Rosario Nocera

7. Flow — Typographic illustration by SAWDUST Flow — Typographic illustration by SAWDUST

8. Science Fiction Lovers by Felipe Calderón Science Fiction Lovers by Felipe Calderón

9. Neon Dreams by Christopher Haines Neon Dreams by Christopher Haines

10. Bare by Amanda Northrop Bare by Amanda Northrop

11. Typographic Poster Series by Stephani Nardulli Typographic Poster Series by Stephani Nardulli

12. Carpentry by Henry Hernandez Carpentry by Henry Hernandez

13. I’m Ready – DCU by Steve Simpson I'm Ready - DCU by Steve Simpson

14. «Sea of Ink» by Evgeny Tkhorzhevsky «Sea of Ink» by Evgeny Tkhorzhevsky

15. Displaced by Ion Displaced by Ion

16. B.E.A.S.T. Collaborative Work by Katie Bennett B.E.A.S.T. Collaborative Work by Katie Bennett

17. Crank Up The Volume by Ben Fearnley Crank Up The Volume by Ben Fearnley

18. Christmas Type by Carmem de Andrade  Christmas Type by Carmem de Andrade

Free fonts

1. RITUAL by Marc Camps Oller RITUAL by Marc Camps Oller

2. Quasith by Egidio Filippetti Quasith by Egidio Filippetti

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