Homelessfonts

The Arrels Foundation in Barcelona has created Homelessfonts—typefaces based on the unique handwriting of the homeless people it helps. Each font comes with the story of the person who penned it and their personality. After all, few things are more personal than our handwriting.

(Source: adweek.com)

Camber

Belgian design studio Stoëmp has created a simply beautiful identity for Chamber who specialized in functional and made-to-measure home storage.

  • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • October 6th, 2014

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Handlettered Logotypes 3

Polish graphic designer Mateusz Witczak latest collection of hand lettered logotypes. For more of the process and the finished pieces find his behance page here. 

  • Posted 3 weeks ago
  • September 22nd, 2014

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Type Safari 

Designer James Victore took a tour around Brooklyn and Queens in an old jeep to give honest comments about the different typographic signage that are found on the streets. 

  • Posted 1 month ago
  • September 11th, 2014

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Deceptively three-dimensional type

Berlin-based artist Cyril Vouilloz, also known as RYLSEE, has hand-drawn a series of creative typography that looks deceptively three-dimensional.

(Source: designtaxi.com)

  • Posted 1 month ago
  • September 8th, 2014

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The work of Olga Protasova

Ukraine graphic designer Olga Protasova has created a series of lettering works using plasticine. 

Olga explains that plasticine is the perfect material to exploring new possible ways to combine the medium with typography and letter construction—most of her designs are featured on corporate promotional cards and posters, while some are made with the intentions of adding joy into her life, as well as others.

(Source: designtaxi.com)

  • Posted 1 month ago
  • September 2nd, 2014

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