33 Epic Works of Typography Art

By / Sep 4, 2009 / Inspiration
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If your creative typography juices aren’t exactly flowing, you’re at the right place. The impressive works of art below are all focused on typography and showcase a wide range of type treatments that are guaranteed to inspire.

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Folk Love

Typography Art

PolkaCore

Typography Art

Belio Experiments

Typography Art

Typographic Illustration

Typography Art

Tongue Twisting Type

Typography Art

Crude

Typography Art

Waste Not. Want Not.

Typography Art

lyric portrait

Typography Art

I Love Typography

Typography Art

Fresh Style

Typography Art

Times- Type Factory

Typography Art

A Tribute to Yulia Brodskaya

Typography Art

Destructive Vintage

Typography Art

Beautiful Decay

Typography Art

Colorcubic Experimental Prints

Typography Art

Children of the idiom

Typography Art

Gold

Typography Art

Blackout

Typography Art

No Lies Just Love

Typography Art

tangerine

Typography Art

Type tips

Typography Art

PINK PARTY FLYER

Typography Art

Things Fall Apart

Typography Art

positive/negative

Typography Art

Brown Fox

Typography Art

“M” Typographied v.2

Typography Art

GMS 09 Type

Typography Art

Chanel 4 – 25th Anniversary Book

Typography Art

Typography

Typography Art

Desktop Battle with SELECT

Typography Art

Decogrunge Type Treatment

Typography Art

3D Type Experimentst

Typography Art

FATBRASS Typeface In Use

Typography Art

About the Author

Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

13 Comments

  1. Zach Krasner
    September 4, 2009

    Great list!

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  2. Dave Sparks
    September 4, 2009

    Some lovely stuff there, for those who haven’t seen it there’s an article on smashing magazine with some how-tos for similar stuff.
    *goes off to smashing mag*
    http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/03/04/50-stunning-photoshop-text-effect-tutorials/

    Thanks for the post Henry

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  3. dp
    September 4, 2009

    Yep, those are bad-ass fer sure.

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  4. Gennice
    September 4, 2009

    Wow! It is truly epic list!

    Some of these will definitely help me with inspiration for my next project.

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  5. Henry
    September 5, 2009

    @Dave Sparks: Glad you like the post, and thanks for sharing this additional resource.

    Reply
  6. Zábavná videa
    September 5, 2009

    Big thanks! Nice and amazing list.

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  7. Most Interesting Ideas
    September 5, 2009

    Amazing list

    Reply
  8. Lauren B
    September 5, 2009

    Beautifully inspirational collection– I will definitely be using some of these as inspiration for future projects. thanks for the post!

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  9. Diana Quartin
    September 6, 2009

    AMAZING WORK

    NICE WORK…. IM PROUD OF THE WORLD….WE HAVE SOME BIG ARTIST HERE

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  10. Shaun Gish
    September 7, 2009

    Some really beautiful design… but for a post on “epic” typography couldn’t you have focused on pieces that are more readable? The first four, while stylistically very appropriate and skillful, miss the point that form should follow function. The point of typography is to convey information via a marriage of text and design elements and I believe that a lot of truly talented designers miss that point…

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  11. Ashely Adams : Sticker Printing
    September 19, 2009

    I’ m just crazy about typography…….. and you have some lovely stuff here. However, I do agree with Shaun that though the first four are very stylish, one may question their readability. Anyways….thanks for the post.

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  12. Jakup
    October 1, 2009

    Just stunning! Amazing art.
    Keep the great work folks.

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  13. Suman Ghosh
    March 1, 2010

    Amazing…am a designer with a very limited knowledge about typography…dis has always been a reriching place to learn about som great stuff…would be glad if some one guide to read some good article, some good link about typography…thnks

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