Bryan Todd

From logos to billboards, book covers to motion pictures, typography is everywhere. Using type in an artistic manner is a huge element of graphic design and its importance is often underestimated. “Typography has the power to communicate a great deal simply through the forms of the letters and their layout on a page. Often, without even realizing, it can completely affect the way you understand and interpret a written message,” says Emily Gregory, author of ‘The Little Book of Lettering’.

 Here are some examples of typography art we love.


Leen Sadder, Lindsay Letters


Georgia Hill, Lindsay Letters


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