Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!
Far be it from me to judge those people who have the perfectly planned evening for their special someone every 14th of February. Oh, I'm sure coming home from a hard days work to a candlelit dinner found by following a...
I've been creating hand lettered prints since late 2012. My studio walls are full of images ranging from botanical studies, woodland creatures, fashionable females, and curious illustrative scenes. This curated imagery inspires and motivates me in my creative process.
I combine cute monsters with messages to remind people about little things that can make life happier for yourself and those who surround you.
MJ Da Luz
Celebrity Type is my blog that turns celebrities' portraits into letters, combining people’s obsession with celebrities and designers’ obsession with typography. A post consists of two images: the one on the left is the original celebrity photo, while the one on...
I am the luckiest girl in the world to have such an amazing artist like NTH (fb.com/NTHQic) as my boyfriend. He is an extremely versatile and creative Romanian Art Director, who at just 21-years-old creates Illustrations, Typography, Street Wear, Digital Art,...
(By Laura Busche) We've got a whole weekend ahead of us -- what are you going to do with your time off? Click the 'More Info' link to see the full post.
I was inspired to make an “Ariana Grande Font” after I saw funny lettering work on Instagram by Joshua Harris, a London-Based graphic designer / sign writer as seen on his folio here: [http://theaboarddude.tumblr.com/post/114672038174/hand-lettering-practice]
I got quite a laugh out of that...
Long amounts of thinking time usually goes hand in hand with a pencil and my notebook but one day without that book and not wanting to waste precious time until I could get some paper, I reached for the only canvas...
Cyril Vouilloz, whose goes by Rylsee online, has been posting tons of fun pictures on Instagram that show his real-life fingers interacting with hand-drawn alphabet letters in his sketchbook.