French artist JC Debroize‘s typographic series “The Human Type” shows a font with a human touch. The alphabets all possess human skin, and are decorated with human features like hair and eyes.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine had a problem with dog poop and dog owners not cleaning up after their pets. Handling the issue like a pro, the church called on the services of design firm Pentagram. Designers created messages and boards with typography and tone to match the holy commandments. Pentagram tried to make the boards beautiful, durable, and with humorous catchphrases to get the message across.
Jake Weidmann is one of the 11 Master Penmen of the world, according to the organization IAMPETH. In this video, he talks about his inspiration and his work, while creating beautiful art through his pen.
Illustrator Kate Pullen made these typographic posters for school related issues, and for representation of a school’s student association. The posters put the slogans she received from a representative of the association into a very bold, typographic style that is expected to catch the attention of students.
If you love typography, you breathe typography, you eat typography, and apparently you sculpt typography. Lithuania-based visual communication studio PRIM PRIM compared fonts to food, and just for good measure made paper sculptures of the food they were talking of, because why not? And it adds layers of cool to everything.