Novelty fonts are like the confetti on the typography cake. The possibilities are endless when creating novelty fonts; they can be reminiscent of cultures, ideas, celebrations and holidays, they can be in the shape of monsters, created out of vegetables and even to resemble tufts of hair.
Motion graphics are a very popular form of animation art lately, and typography artists know how to take advantage of their full potential.
We are almost half way through 2017 and it’s pretty easy to see what’s trending in the design world. But in this post we are going to concentrate on one very important aspect of a design – Typography.
The top typefaces are Open Sans, Helvetica and Arial, while the winner is a font size of 14 px: 16 px and 13 px are also popular choices.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, the Little Mermaid or Super Mario Bros inspire her to create incredible compositions.
Sarah has chosen to sculpt her way through the alphabet by carving 3D letters in all sorts of yummy fruits and vegetables!
The font itself may not be suitable for use, but it's really eye-catching with these vibrant colors! :)
For him, design is just another lifestyle, the one that he naturally follows because it's engrained into his life. Do you agree with his point of view? :)
Not only that, but other cases of problems caused by bad typography (from medicine bottles to presidential elections in the US) are also shown in this video!
Typography is powerful. Using great typography can encourage people to change the world. Poor typography choices can lead to miscommunication and disrupt the ebb and flow of an otherwise great design. In the past lessons, we’ve covered the fundamentals of graphic design, layout, composition, and typography. If you haven’t read the previous lessons, please see: An Introduction To Graphic Design Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 here on the Freepik Blog. This lesson will explain typeface pairing, and complete the section on typography.
They have created a series of gifs where the letters magically appear and disappear in a loop thanks to their awesome addition of motion graphics to their work.