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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Clever Typography Designs

Clever Typography Designs That Make You Think

By Alvaris FalconFiled in Inspiration

Words! We just can't possibly go through a day without using them. Yet, time and time again, we underestimate the ability of words to explain the abstract aspects in life such as action, motion or feelings. Fortunately for us, a few dedicated typographers have devoted their time to demonstrate the underlying potential of words.

Here are 15 awesome typography design entries that showcase text-based art to tell a story. You may need a while to interpret what it is trying but these words are meant to make you think out of the box anyways. Have fun and tell us your favorites in the comments.

Shoot. Just by adjusting the distance between letters, Arun Raj is able to express the motion of a bullet heading towards a target. (Image Source: Arun Raj)
shoot
Scream. Alter the shape of one letter, and the word screams louder than the picture. (Image Source: Arun Raj)
scream
Kick. Ouch, that hurts, letter I(Image Source: Arun Raj)
kick
Elevator. Going up or down? (Image Source: Ji Lee)
elevator
Tsunami. The S-wave describes this natural disaster very clearly. (Image Source: Ji Lee)
tsunami
Exit. From now on, this should be the standard sign for every exit door. (Image Source: Ji Lee)
exit
Gravity. What goes up, must come down – thanks to Gravity.(Image Source: Ji Lee)
gravity
Darwin. The evolutionary steps from D to N. (Image Source: Kapil Bhagat)
darwin
Archimedes. Kapil Bhagat's love for science and expressive typography knows no bounds. (Image Source: Kapil Bhagat)
archimedes
Copernicus. The Sun and the third rock from the Sun infused in Nicolaus Copernicus's name.(Image Source: Kapil Bhagat)
copernicus
Displace. Alright, which wise guy displaced the top part of "displace"? (Image Source: Daniel-John Rebollido)
displace
Expand. And stretch! (Image Source: Daniel-John Rebollido)
expand
Compression. Stuck in a tight spot, I see. (Image Source: Shealyn McGee)
compression
Explosion. Tweak contrast, color and font size, hide it behind the illusion of disarray and you get an explosion. (Image Source: Shealyn McGee)
explosion
Detail. Read the fine print. (Image Source: Shealyn McGee)
detail

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