Archive for the ‘Typography’ category

30+ Outstanding Typographic Poster Designs

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For typography lovers, posters can be an excellent source of inspiration. Skilled designers can do amazing things with typography and text effects, and in this post we’ll feature 30+ outstanding poster designs. You’ll see posters in a veriety of different styles. Some combine lighting effects with typography, others use 3D text effects, texture, illustration and […]

40 Can’t-Miss Grunge Fonts From DaFont

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How many fonts do you have downloaded? As a designer myself, I am going to go out on a limb and assume most designers have 500+ fonts on their computer and are always on the lookout for more (but always end up using your 8-10 favorite ones, right?) :) We’ll, today you’re in luck because […]

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With the ever growing popularity of Twitter it’s no surprise to see that a lot of designers and developers have adopted Twitter and use it to connect with other designers and share links, quotes, ideas, etc… So, since I’m addicted to typography, I thought I’d share my list of people I follow. This list contains […]

34 Excellent Punctuation Inspired Logo Designs

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We use punctuation everyday when writing articles, blog posts and emails. We’re all aware that using the wrong punctuation can completely change the meaning of a sentence or even a whole document. So, where else do people use punctuation? In logo design of course! The 34 logos showcased in the post use punctuation as a […]

21 Awesome @font-face Embeddable Typefaces

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The 2 most popular typefaces used on the web today are surely Verdana and Georgia. They’re great and I used them all the time since they’re web-safe fonts. I use them mostly because I’m not a big fan of flash replacement techniques or solutions that require Javascript (sIFR, Cufon, etc…). But what about the @font-face […]

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Over the past couple month/years we’ve seen grungy-looking websites and designs popping all over the place (I much prefer that over the glossy web 2.0 look). Of course using patterns and textured backgrounds can help give a website a dirty and grungy feel, but let’s not forget about typography. While most of the fonts on […]

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